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Walk Two Moons Setting

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Setting

A journey through loss and grief, from childhood to adolescence, from one home to another, are represented by the setting of Walk Two Moons, but the literal setting is a journey from Ohio to Idaho. Sal's trip with her grandparents includes various stops along the way at the Black Hills, Mt.

Rushmore, the Badlands, Yellowstone National Park, and Coeur d'Alene.

The purpose of the trip is to revisit the last travels of Sal's mom. Sal's grandparents recognize the need for Sal to experience her mother's last days through this journey. Sal has mixed emotions: she knows she must go and wants to go, and yet she dreads the finality this trip will ultimately bring.

During the trip Sal tells of her adventures with her new friend, Phoebe, her school, and her other friends.

Phoebe's story is set in the town of Euclid, Ohio, where Sal and her dad have...

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