Languege arts book responce Walk Two Moons

Do you agree or disagree with Gramps' decision to let Sal drive by herself to Lewiston? How might the consequences of that choice be different
if Gramps had made another decision? Take a position and use examples from the novel to support your choice. Do you agree or disagree with Gramps' decision to let Sal drive by herself to Lewiston? How might the consequences of that choice be different
if Gramps had made another decision? Take a position and use examples from the novel to support your choice. ?

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  1. What kind of help do you need in order to complete your assignments?

  2. this is a question for those who have read the book Walk two Moons.If you read the book, then you might be able to help.

    For those, answering, please answer in 5 or more scentances

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  3. I just did this..but if you read the book then you would understand the questions and be able to answer them right off the bat. :)

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    posted by Gaylee
  4. Thank you Gaylee, but can you tell me which chapter to look in?

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  5. I believe it is in the end of Chapter 43 and the beginning of Chapter 44

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    posted by Gaylee
  6. You're basically answering on your opinion. Unfortunately we can't help you with your opinion. Did you agree with Gramps to let Sal drive by herself?

    Yes or No? and why? Simple. If you need more help let me know ^_^

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    posted by Cassie
  7. Do you agree or disagree with Gramps' decision to let Sal drive by herself to Lewiston? How might the consequences of that choice be different if Gramps had made another decision? Take a position and use examples from the novel to support your choice.

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  8. can you guys answer this
    6. Read the following passage from Walk Two Moons.
    The morning after my father learned that my mother was not coming back, he left for
    Lewiston, Idaho. Gram and Gramps came to stay with me. I had pleaded to go along, but my
    father said he didn’t think I should have to go through that. That day I climbed up into the
    maple and watched the singing tree, waiting for it to sing. I stayed there all day and on into the
    early evening. It did not sing.
    Which word best describes the mood that is established by this passage?

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    posted by Baxie

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