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Sharon Creech Writing Styles in Walk Two Moons

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Point of View

Creech's Walk Two Moons is told in the first person, from the point of view of Salamanca Hiddle. Through her eyes, readers are introduced to the various characters and her observations about them. Readers learn about these individuals through Sal's memories and her interactions with them. As Sal takes readers through her journey from Bybanks, Kentucky to Lewiston, Idaho, she shares the memories of her mother associated with various spots. Readers see Euclid, Ohio through her eyes as she struggles to adjust to the suburban way of life. Sal shares with readers her budding feelings of first love, which she does not yet know is love and her resentment of Margaret Cadaver to whom her father seems close.

Sal is a well-drawn character who seems mature for a girl of thirteen. She shows great insight into other people's emotions and her thoughts are often tinged with...

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