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Tuck Everlasting - E-Guide


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Feeling "cooped up" and tired of living under the strict discipline of her parents and grandmother, 10-year-old Winnie Foster decides to run away from home. When she ventures out on her own, she discovers a young man in her family's wood who belongs to a remarkable family with a remarkable claim: that the water from a spring in the forest has blessed (or cursed) them with immortality. Mae Tuck, the family's matriarch, kidnaps Winnie in order to keep this secret safe, but the stranger in the yellow suit is already on the Tucks' trail, eager to exploit their secret for his own financial gain. Winnie must decide whether she believes the Tucks' claim, if she will trust and help them, and - before her adventures end - what kind of life she will choose to live.

The novel was selected as an ALA Notable Book as well as being included on the Horn Book Magazine Fanfare List. It has received numerous awards since its publication including the Janusz Korczak Medal and the 1976 Christopher Award for best book for young people. In 2004, it was one of the "Top 100 Chapter Books" of all time in a poll by School Library Journal. It was included in Anita Silvey's 2005 book The 100 Best Books For Children. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children."

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Recommended Grade Level:
Rural, New York, 1880
Study Guide Author:
Michael Poteet
For the Book By:
Natalie Babbitt
Study Guide Page Count:
63 pages