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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

Early the next morning, they leave Wisconsin and drive through the lower rim of Minnesota. Sal didn't tell her grandparents about how scared she was yesterday. Ever since her mother left, she suspects that everyone will leave, one by one. She's glad to be talking about Phoebe, because, at least then she's not thinking about much else.

The following Saturday, Phoebe and Sal are going to Mary Lou's again. They find on the front steps another envelope with a blue sheet of paper inside, reading Everyone has his own agenda. Mary Lou thinks it's exciting, but Phoebe thinks it's spooky. She's worried that someone is watching her house, waiting for the right moment to leave the message. The three try to figure out the meaning of the message. Then Sal tells them that she knows the meaning of the first message. Her father uses it often. According...

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