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  • Sharon Creech Biography

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    Introduction: Sharon Creech’s childhood memories, college experiences, and creative brain significantly affected her writings. She rarely thought of being an author growing up, but as time progressed, she began to really think about it. Creech first became interested when she entered college and something sparked her career. She wrote multiple books with her much thought and creativeness leading her to an outstanding writing career. I. Sharon Creech experienced many journeys as a child, triggering

  • Reflection on Personal Effects of Three Novels

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    fears of the people who write them. Even if they are badly written, you can still learn from books. Some of the books that I remember that that affected me were Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Mythology by Edith Hamilton and Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech. First I’ll talk about the book Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice is the story of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and their five unmarried daughters. They live in the estate of Longbourn in Hertfordshire, a rural district about thirty

  • Sharon Creech's Bloomability

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    Sharon Creech's Bloomability The contemporary realistic fiction book I chose to read was Bloomability. This book was written by Sharon Creech and was published in 1998 by Harper Trophy

  • Theme Of Walk Two Moon

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    Walk Two Moons Marta Segal says this, about the novel Sharon Creech’s Walk Two Moons, “This book is known for cultivating important thoughts on love, loss, and life. “Walk Two Moons is a story within a story, a story about stories, a travelogue, and a fable all rolled into one. It’s about kisses, families, cultural identity, redemption, education, travel, death, and love.” Walk Two Moons is about explaining the true nature of abandonment and love through a girl losing her mother, moving somewhere

  • Gender Roles In Childrens Literature

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    with our students so that they will have the insight to write about it in the future. Bibliography ·     Bloor, Edward. Tangerine. New York: Scholastic Inc., 1997. ·     Coman, Carolyn. What Jamie Saw. New York: Puffin Books, 1995. ·     Creech, Sharon. Walk Two Moons. New York: Harper Trophy, 1994. ·     Ernst, Shirley B. “Gender Issues in Books for Children and Young Adults.” Battling Dragons. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1995. ·     Sachar, Louis. Holes. New York: Frances Foster Books,

  • Trees

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    In the book Walk Two Moons the author, Sharon Creech, constantly writes about trees because they represent Sal and her mother as well as their bond. Being a farmer, Sal’s mother loves trees and Sal takes after her, they kiss them, are named after them, trust them, see them as pure goodness, and are in awe of their beauty. Sal and her mother both have trees in their souls. The singing tree is a reflection of Sal’s emotions at different points in the story. Trees symbolize the connection Sal and her

  • Analysis of A Fine, Fine, School by Sharon Creech

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    Analysis of A Fine, Fine, School by Sharon Creech 1. Give overview and summarize book explaining how leadership or follower ship is displayed in the book. A Fine, Fine, School is the story of Mr. Keene, a gung ho principal any school would be lucky to have. This exuberant administrator loves his school so much he wants more and more school: first on Saturdays, then on Sundays, then on holidays, then in the summer. The students and teachers do not want to go to school on Saturdays, Sundays

  • An Analysis Of Walk Two Moons By Sharon Creech

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    Sharon Creech is an author who is most famous for writing young-adult fiction novels. Most of her novels teach about judging people and not making accusations of people. She is most famous for these types of books because they usually teach life lessons that young adults should learn. One novel that she is most famous for is “Walk Two Moons.” “Walk Two Moons ‘was re-written, it was described as a book of its own journey. It is a book of self-identity, hope, and discoverance. This book also connects

  • Children And Young Adult Literature Analysis

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    Children’s and young adult literature is part of education resources. This type of literature comprises of written works mostly accompanied by illustrations meant to entertain or to instruct young people. Although the type of literature encompasses written works written for this particular audience (children and young adults), Galda, Liang, and Cullinan (2017) argues that this collection includes books that children and young adults enjoy even if they were not primarily written for them. For instance

  • The Keepers of the Streets

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    Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1995. Willimon, William H. and Stanley Hauerwas. Lord, Teach Us. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1996. 5) Evaluative—Books on how to create effective evaluations. Herrington, Jim, R. Robert Creech, and Trisha Taylor. The Leader’s Journey. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass, 2003.

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