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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Walk Two Moonsby 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
plaster wall p. 3 • Think…What might this represent or symbolize?
The Chickabiddy Starts a Story Chapter 2
“ornery and stubborn as an old donkey” “walloping great thundercloud” p. 6 p. 6-7 What does this symbolize? What does this symbolize?
Bravery Chapter 3
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
That’s What I’m Telling You Chapter 4 (No Visuals)
A Damsel in Distress Chapter 5
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
Dismantled p. 28 • The carburetor was dismantled by Gramps • The carburetor blends air and fuel for the internal combustion engine in cars
Blackberries Chapter 6
Ill-Ah-No-Way Chapter 7
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!!!
The Lunatic Chapter 8 (No Visuals)
The Message Chapter 9
pandemonium civilized p. 46 p. 46 A situation with no clear rules or order; similar to chaos • Polite and well-mannered
Huzza, Huzza Chapter 10
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
Flinching Chapter 11
Scenery p. 59 • Beautiful outdoor surroundings – could be trees, forests, deserts, ocean
The Marriage Bed Chapter 12
Philosopher p. 71 A person who contemplates deep important ideas Cornell West is a modern day philosopher Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher
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
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
Bouncing Birkway Chapter 13 (No Visuals)
The Rhododendron Chapter 14
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