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  1. Walk Two Moonsby Sharon Creech A Visual Dictionary Chapters 30-44

  2. Breaking In Chapter 30

  3. Braille shaft of light p. 190 p. 191 a form of written language for blind people letters are represented by patterns of raised dots that are felt with the fingertips • A beam or ray of light coming from a natural or artificial light source (sun, lamp)

  4. The Photograph Chapter 31 (No visuals)

  5. Chicken and Blackberry Kisses Chapter 32

  6. Hot spring p. 205 a spring of naturally hot water, typically heated by underground volcanic activity Water is usually at boiling temperatures or above Some cooler hot springs are said to be healthy to bathe in

  7. Old Faithful InnFrontier Cabinp. 205 Cabins and hotel that tourists may stay in near Old Faithful Inside Yellowstone National Park Salamanca, Gram & Gramps will stay here as they arrive too late in the day to see Old Faithful erupt

  8. Rubin’s Vasep. 213 • Developed by a Danish Psychologist, Edgar Rubin • People see either a vase or two people looking at each other

  9. The Visitor Chapter 33 (no visuals)

  10. Old Faithful Chapter 34

  11. Old Faithful and Yellowstone Old Faithful is a natural geyserwithin Yellowstone National Park It is very reliable, erupting every 91 minutes It can shoot 3,700 to 8,400 gallons of boiling water to a height of 106 to 185 feet lasting from 1.5 to 5 minutes Click here to watch a video of Old Faithful erupting

  12. The Plan Chapter 35

  13. Foothills of the Rockies p. 226 • low hills at the base of a mountain or mountain range

  14. “the road snaked along the side of the cliff” p. 226

  15. badger “ogling the scenery” p. 226 p. 228 To ask someone repeatedly and annoyingly for something Pester or bother • Looking carefully and fully at the beautiful surroundings This Not that

  16. The Visit Chapter 36 (No visuals)

  17. A Kiss Chapter 37 (No visuals)

  18. Spit Chapter 38 (No visuals)

  19. Homecoming Chapter 39 (No visuals)

  20. Gifts Chapter 40

  21. Lewiston, Idaho Coeur d’Alene, Idaho • Resort town, famous for skiing, lovely scenery and lakes • Named after the Coeur d'Alene People, a Native American tribe first visited by French fur traders • Translated it means Heart of an Awl, a reflection of the tribe's traders as very tough businessmen. • Located at the confluence (joining) of the Snake and Clearwater River • Founded in 1861, during a Gold Rush in the area

  22. The Overlook Chapter 41

  23. Hairpin curve a stroke p. 256 p. 260 A bend in a road on a mountain with a very acute angle Vehicles need to turn almost 180° to continue on the road It would be impossible to go straight up and down • stroke happens when blood flow to a part of the brain stops

  24. The Bus and the Willow Chapter 42

  25. legitimate p. 226 • Real or valid • Approved by law or authorities

  26. Our Gooseberry Chapter 43 (No visuals)

  27. Bybanks Chapter 44 (No visuals)