Walk Two Moons
by Sharon Creech
Salamanca Tree Hiddle is taking a trip with her grandparents from Euclid, Ohio to Lewiston, Idaho, to visit her mother's final resting place. Along the way, Salamanca tells her grandparents the story of her best friend, Phoebe Winterbottom, whose mother, like Salamanca's, remarkebly decides to leave home. Salamanca gradually becomes caught up in her friend's dilemma and finds herself engaged in a amity with a boy from school, Ben. Join Salamanca in a wild journey across the states.
This is when Salamanca is sitting underneath the Tall Aspen tree, and a bird is in the tree singing a true birdsong, but you could never actually see the bird, so her mother called it the singing tree. Once her mother had left, the delightful singing in the tree had stopped." When I was younger, I heard the most beautiful birdsong coming from the top of that tree."(pg.99) This is another part from the information above when she is beneath the tree.