Walk Two Moons

When Salamanca Hibble is dragged off on a road-trip across America with her hippy-dippy grandparents, it’s a chance to make sense of the mystery that haunts her world: that of her mother’s sudden disappearance. As the journey unfolds, Salamanca begins to learn the meaning of the American Indian proverb ‘Don’t judge a man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins’. Her extraordinary journey into the wilds – and deep into the human spirit – creates a majestic tale of healing and the will to survive.

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    Sharon Creech has won many awards, including the 2002 Carngie Medal for Ruby Holler and the 1995 Newbery Medal for Walk Two Moons.

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