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

100

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

100

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

100

The narrator of the story.
Who is Salamanca?

100

Salamanca grows up in this state.
What is Kentucky?

100

Salamanca's nickname.
What is chickabiddy?

200

Time is money.
What is a metaphor?

200

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

200

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

200

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

200

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

300

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

300

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

300

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

300

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

300

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

400

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

400

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

400

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

400

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

400

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

500

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

500

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

500

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

500

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

500

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