Walk Two Moons is written by Sharon Creech. This one saga in the English language. HarperCollins is the publisher of this English novel. June 12, 1994, is the publisher of this saga. The story of this novel follows the story of another novel named Absolutely Normal Chaos. This one saga is based on the special topic, Sal is the main character of this saga. Here explains the relationship between daughter and mother. How many problems face girls in the absence of her mother. The author really superbly and write the tale amazingly and got the attention of readers and viewers.
Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
Salamanca is the main heroine of this saga. She is 13 years old girl living with her parents. Her nickname is Sal given by her parents. She lives happily with her parents suddenly her mother left her father. Her mother left her alone and go elsewhere. She is really depressed after separation of her parents. She is a very natural girl and likes nature very much. And she feels herself very close to nature. She is really close to her mother but her mother leaves her alone. She starting living with his grandparents. Grandparents really love her and take care her.
She is a really entertaining girl. She entreating her grandma and grandfather by telling amazing stories of her schools’ fellows. One he told them her friend story, named Euclid, Ohio. Her mother also leaves her alone and go elsewhere. Ben Finney is a close friend of Sal and has a feeling for him. He also likes her and has some feeling for her. She also told the story of Ben Finney and entertain them.
The theme of this saga how love, grief, emotional and cultural relationship occurred between the beings. This saga wins awards in Austria. Here describes the relationship between mother and daughter. Here describes the nature of Sal her trip with her mother such a memory for her. How much mother is the important part of child life? This one considered the best children novel and win awards in 1995 in the United Kingdom. This saga win WH Smith Mind-Boggling Book Award is 1996 and this tale also wins awards in 1997.