Who wrote Absolutely Normal Chaos?

Who wrote Absolutely Normal Chaos?

Sharon Creech
Absolutely Normal Chaos/Authors

About the Author Before beginning her writing career, Sharon Creech taught English for fifteen years in England and Switzerland. She and her husband now live in Maine, “lured there by our grandchildren,” Creech says. Start reading Absolutely Normal Chaos (Walk Two Moons Book 2) on your Kindle in under a minute.

Is Walk Two Moons a mystery?

Walk Two Moons is a mystery, a quest, a love story, and a portrait of America all rolled into one. Our awesome narrator is a girl named Salamanca Tree Hiddle. Sal goes on a six-day road trip with her grandparents to find her mother in Idaho. Sharon Creech wrote Walk Two Moons in 1994.

How many pages does Walk Two Moons have?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780064405171
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 7,051
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.90(d)
Lexile: 770L (what’s this?)

Who is the author of Absolutely Normal Chaos?

Absolutely Normal Chaos From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Absolutely Normal Chaos is a children’s or young-adult novel by Sharon Creech, published in the U.K. by Macmillan Children’s Books in 1990. It was the American author’s first book for children, completed at the midpoint of nearly two decades living in England and Switzerland.

Where did Sharon Creech get the idea for Absolutely Normal Chaos?

Sharon Creech stated that the inspiration for this story was an occasion when, “I’d been living overseas (England and Switzerland) for about ten years, and I was sadly missing my family back in the States.

Where does the humor come from in Absolutely Normal Chaos?

Much of the humor derives from Creech’s playful use of language: When Mary Lou’s mother forbids her using the words God, stupid, and stuff, Mary Lou makes a foray into the thesaurus with hilarious results. The plot takes unlikely turns, but Creech gets away with it because the characters are so believable.

How old is Mary Lou Finney in Absolutely Normal Chaos?

Absolutely Normal Chaos is a 13-year-old girl’s “complete and unabridged journal for English class” and can be classed as a bildungsroman . Mary Lou Finney is more than excited about her assignment to keep a journal over the summer. Not only does she have to keep a journal, but she must read The Odyssey.

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