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Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech . A Visual Dictionary, Ch. 1- 15. A Face at the Window. Chapter 1. Euclid, Ohio. Bybanks , Kentucky. A real town. A fictional town. “…all jammed together like a row of birdhouses …”. p. 2. plaster wall p. 3.

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    1. Walk Two Moonsby Sharon Creech A Visual Dictionary, Ch. 1- 15

    2. A Face at the Window Chapter 1

    3. Euclid, Ohio Bybanks, Kentucky A real town A fictional town

    4. “…all jammed together like a row of birdhouses …” p. 2

    5. plaster wall p. 3 • Think…What might this represent or symbolize?

    6. The Chickabiddy Starts a Story Chapter 2

    7. “ornery and stubborn as an old donkey” “walloping great thundercloud” p. 6 p. 6-7 What does this symbolize? What does this symbolize?

    8. Bravery Chapter 3

    9. whangdoodle swimming hole p. 11 p. 12 • an imaginary creature in children’s books (Roald Dahl, Julie Andrews Edwards) • Either a terrible beast or a kind, wise animal • A deer with slippers that can change colors and has a sweet tooth A deep place for swimming In a stream or river

    10. That’s What I’m Telling You Chapter 4 (No Visuals)

    11. A Damsel in Distress Chapter 5

    12. shoulder Damsel in distress p. 26 p. 27 The idea that a woman (a damsel) needs rescuing from a monster, villain or horrible situation • The edge of the road

    13. Dismantled p. 28 • The carburetor was dismantled by Gramps • The carburetor blends air and fuel for the internal combustion engine in cars

    14. Blackberries Chapter 6

    15. Ill-Ah-No-Way Chapter 7

    16. Lake Michigan One of the five Great Lakes Located entirely within the US Second largest Great Lake As wide as Massachusetts and THREE TIMES LONGER!!!

    17. The Lunatic Chapter 8 (No Visuals)

    18. The Message Chapter 9

    19. pandemonium civilized p. 46 p. 46 A situation with no clear rules or order; similar to chaos • Polite and well-mannered

    20. Huzza, Huzza Chapter 10

    21. Wisconsin Dells shrapnel p. 54 p. 56 A popular tourist destination; known for beautiful scenery and waterparks • A fragment of a bullet or bomb from a war

    22. Flinching Chapter 11

    23. Scenery p. 59 • Beautiful outdoor surroundings – could be trees, forests, deserts, ocean

    24. The Marriage Bed Chapter 12

    25. Philosopher p. 71 A person who contemplates deep important ideas Cornell West is a modern day philosopher Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher

    26. Pipestone National Monument p. 73 • Native Americans have quarried (dug out) the red pipestone here for thousands of years. • It is a sacred because the pipestone quarried here is carved into pipes used for prayer. • Many believe that the pipe's smoke carries a prayer to the Great Spirit. • Link to Google Map here

    27. Aspen grove p. 77 • An aspen is a tall poplar tree; its leaves turn colors and fall off in autumn • A grove is a grouping of similar types of trees • Aspen leaves quiver and tremble in any wind

    28. Bouncing Birkway Chapter 13 (No Visuals)

    29. The Rhododendron Chapter 14

    30. rhododendron “sheared off the tops of the hedge” p. 85 p. 85 A woody bush; usually evergreen Flowers in the spring with a wide variety of colors • Cut off the top of a bush