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The Tuck family has discovered the fountain of youth. Winnie Foster learns their secret and considers taking a sip from that magic spring. Is she the only one who knows about this magic? Does she really want to live forever?
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Re: Tuck Everlasting
did you know ha there is a movie
     - horsegal, Aug 9 2008

Re: Tuck Everlasting
Tuck everlasting was a great book.
     - horsegal, Feb 12 2008

Re: Tuck Everlasting
My teacher read me this book in 2000. Jesse and his family know about the fountain, they drank from it.May, Jesse's mather went to jail. But hir family got her out.This book is very ausome. If you haven't read it readit.

Re: Tuck Everlasting
the book was better than the so i thought

Re: Tuck Everlasting
this story was it was instering to her what it was like how would you like to live 4eva and never die. but there could be concertkuins with she could have to tstay there by that fountain for the rest of her life and be all alone

Re: Tuck Everlasting
I think that you should want to grow up and do things that you not alowed to do and advencher the world.

Re: Tuck Everlasting
this book was ok

Re: Tuck Everlasting
I just went to disny and they had a great display of TUCK EVERLASTING. I recier you to see it!!!

Re: Tuck Everlasting
Besides the Tucks, Winnie is the only one who knows of this magic. I don't think Winnie wants to live forever. At first she thinks it would be a good idea, but then she realizes, after her talk with father Tuck that nature has to run in cycles, and that by living forever the cycle gets broken. Tuck makes Winnie realize that living forever is not as fun as it may seem. Everyday things lose their value, and nothing is appreciated the way it is when you know you will not be living forever.

Re: Tuck Everlasting
He will move the Fountain of Youth and take a sip.

 
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