Literary Terms They Said What? Characters It Happened Where? Walk Two Moons Potpourri

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What is a simile?
The classroom was like a warzone.

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Who is Gramps?
This character said, "We'll see the whole ding-dong country!"

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Who is Salamanca?
The narrator of the story.

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What is Kentucky?
Salamanca grows up in this state.

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What is chickabiddy?
Salamanca's nickname.

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What is a metaphor?
Time is money.

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Who is Gram?
This character said, "I sure would like to put my feet in that water."

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Who is Phoebe Winterbottom?
Salamanca's friend, she tells a story about her.

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What is Ohio?
Salamanca, Gramps, and Gram travel to this state.

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Who is Sharon Creech?
She is the author of Walk Two Moons.

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What is a hyperbole?
I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.

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Who is the "Lunatic?"
This character said, "I want to see Mrs. Winterbottom. Is she here or what?"

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Who is the "Lunatic" or Mike?
He mysteriously appears on Phoebe's doorstep.

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What is Old Faithful?
Gram was so happy to see this monument.

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What is an oxymoron?
Examples include, bittersweet, jumbo shrimp, and pretty ugly.

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What is an idiom?
It's raining cats and dogs.

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Who is Salamanca?
This character said, "As I walked home, I thought about the message. In the course of a lifetime, what does it matter?"

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Who is Margaret Cadaver?
Her name means "dead body."

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What is Mount Rushmore?
This monument insulted Gramps, Gram, and Sal.

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What is Seneca?
The actual name of the Indian tribe of which Salamanca's great-great grandmother belonged?

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What is personification?
The silent darkness whispered rush, rush, rush...

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Who is Ben?
This character wrote, "Roses are red, Dirt is brown, Please be my valentine, Or else I'll frown."

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Who is Mrs. Partridge?
She lives with her daughter next door to Phoebe.

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What is the Missouri River?
Gram is bitten by a water moccasin in this river.

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What is 52?
The tall, thin man at the State Fair guessed Phoebe's father to be this age.

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