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10 thoughts on “Tuck Everlasting

  1. says:

    I loved the story but I hated the ending This was the first book I was ever mad at To this day, I still scowl at people that say that immortality is a curse Perhaps it is, if you re stupid and lacking in any aspirations If I were the family in this book, I could agree But no, I m not I wish they would just go to college and get some dreams and stop feeling sorry for themselves If you have the rest of eternity to kick around, do something useful like trying to save the world If you re g I loved the story but I hated the ending This was the first book I was ever mad at To this day, I still scowl at people that say that immortality is a curse Perhaps it is, if you re stupid and lacking in any aspirations If I were the family in this boo...


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    One day I was visiting my mother in law, a former high school English teacher She mentioned, as we were leaving, that she had two boxes of books that she was going to get rid of With visions of a literary treasure trove in my head, I quickly offered to take them off her hands so I could keep what I liked and dispose of the rest When I got home and opened the boxes, I founddozens of Sweet Valley High and Babysitters Club books I have NO idea where my MIL got them from, or why I was so One day I was visiting my mother in law, a former high school English teacher She mentioned, as we were leaving, that she had two boxes of books that she was going to get rid of With visions of a literary treasure trove in my head, I quickly offered to take them off her hands so I could keep what I liked and dispose of the rest When I got home and opened the boxes, I founddozens of Sweet Valley High and Babysitters Club books I have NO idea where my MIL got them from, or why I was so disappointed.But there were a handful ofinteresting books scattered among the rest, and one of those was Tuck Everlasting So I hung onto these few keepers and found a neighbor with a young daughter who was interested in taking the rest of the books off my hands Thinking about this now, I kind of feel guilty about it, like I need to go give her some better books I first read Tuck about 10 or 15 years ago and, even though it s a middle grade book, it has stuck ...


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    I read this book as a birthday gift to the one and only Awesome Kat Stark who is celebrating her birthday on September 27 SUPER HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KAT Read her wonderful review by clicking on her name I confess Once in my young life, I dreamed of becoming immortal and invisible and you have to admit you did too What, no You didn t Oh come on, admit it Don t leave me alone here Anyway, even if you deny it, I m here to speak on behalf of you dorks who dreamed of impossible dreams of flyin I read this book as a birthday gift to the one and only Awesome Kat Stark who is celebrating her birthday on September 27 SUPER HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KAT Read her wonderful review by clicking on her name I confess Once in my young life, I dreamed of becoming immortal and invisible and you have to admit you did too What, no You didn t Oh come on, admit it Don t leave me alone here Anyway, even if you deny it, I m here to speak on behalf of you dorks who dreamed of impossible dreams of flying, of different supernatural abilities and of becoming superheroes and there s no shame in that We were all children after all.This classic tale addresses one of our childhood fantasies immortality Wisely told in a genuine classic formula, this is a heartwarming story about the Tuck family who never grew old Like any classic middle school books, this one will fascinate you, teach you, inspire you, entertain you and make you tear up a little it s inevitable.After all, how c...


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    This book is a quiet read Even the drama has a hot, sleepy, summer feel to it Have a lazy long weekend to just curl up, this is a small and in someways sad, read.I teach this book to my students for lots of reasons It lets us talk about metaphors and similes The language is not complicated but it is artistic I use it when working with predicting texts Also, and maybe mostly, it s great for some of those big questions if you re having your ...


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    REREAD Feb 8 2016I watched a movie yesterday that led me to reflect a bit on life, humanity and immortality And eventually, after a train of exhaustive musings on the aforementioned subjects, I decided I wanted to read something pertaining to them But what I really don t know of any other books that explore the subject of life and perils of immortality, except for this one Hence, my reread I read this in about 3 hours because I didn t indulge too much or peruse the story with tedious att REREAD Feb 8 2016I watched a movie yesterday that led me to reflect a bit on life, humanity and immortality And eventually, after a train of exhaustive musings on the aforementioned subjects, I decided I wanted to read something pertaining to them But what I really don t know of any other books that explore the subject of life and perils of immortality, except for this one Hence, my reread I read this in about 3 hours because I didn t indulge too much or peruse the sto...


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    Tuck Everlasting is one of those books everyone should read at a young age After all, who hasn t ever thought at least once about how it would be to live eternally, to be free to do everything you want to, to embrace life in all its different facets The way this short novel deals with eternal life and raising the question about whether or not that can be considered a blessing or doom makes it an important addition to the literary world.Fast paced and easy to read, this is a book to devour Tuck Everlasting is one of those books everyone should read at a young age After all, who hasn t ever thought at least once about how it would be to live eternally, to be free to do everything you want to, to embrace life in all its different facets The way this short novel deals with eternal life and raising the question about whether or not that can be considered a blessing or doom makes it an important addition to the literary world.Fast paced and easy to read, this is a book to devour in the course of three or four short hours, and while not the most inv...


  7. says:

    Natalie Moore was a writer and an illustrator who went on to marry a fellow writer named Samuel Fisher Babbitt Bibbity bobbity boo, next thing we knew, Natalie Moore was writing as Natalie Babbitt.And Ms Babbitt went on to write this famous little book called Tuck Everlasting, a young adult story with a delicious cover and a clever, real writer s name A name that kept reminding me of someone who d be related to Bilbo Baggins and Peter Rabbit And, if you know Beatrix Potter s work, you can rec Natalie Moore was a writer and an illustrator who went on to marry a fellow writer named Samuel Fisher Babbitt Bibbity bobbity boo, next thing we knew, Natalie Moore was writing as Natalie Babbitt.And Ms Babbitt went on to write this famous little book called Tuck Everlasting, a young adult story with a delicious cover and a clever, real writer s name A name that kept reminding me of someone who d be related to Bilbo Baggins and Peter Rabbit And, if you know Beatrix Potter s work, you can recognize that Natalie married a man whose two names are also titles of two of Potter s famous tales Samuel Whiskers and Mr Jeremy Fisher.So was it a coincidence that Ms Babbitt s writing was so incredibly playful So magical I m not sure, but it is It made me think of both Beatrix Potter and Lewis Carroll, and the 10 year old protagonist, Winnie Foster, takes readers on an Alice esque journey of wonder and questions and confusion.Here, in Tuck Everlasting, the grass is for...


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    Know what that is, all around us, Winnie said Tuck, his voice low Life Moving, growing, changing, never the same two minutes together Geez who wouldn t want to live forever Just think of the unlimited time to read you d finally get to EVERYTHING on your list There d be time to learn to play an instrumentall the instruments You d have all the time in the world to master all sorts of skills.But, there would be drawbacks, of course there would Just ask Dr Who You d have to Know what that is, all around us, Winnie said Tuck, his voice low Life Moving, growing, changing, never the same two minutes together Geez who wouldn t want to live forever Just think of the unlimited time to read you d finally get to EVERYTHING on your list There d be time to learn to play an instrumentall the instruments You d have all the time in the world to master all sorts of skills.But, there would be drawbacks, of course there would Just ask Dr Who You d have to watch your loved ones grow old and die You d still need to work and earn money And, one thing I n...


  9. says:

    Reallytry not to cry.Reread for our tmgreadalong classics challenge Discussion on the blog Friday 1 30.


  10. says:

    Never actually read this book as a child only saw the movie Listened to the audiobook for booktubeathon with my boyfriend and we both loved it It s a very radio drama esque good vs evil story, but it s charming and fun and we had a delightful time.


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Tuck Everlasting Doomed To Or Blessed With Eternal Life After Drinking From A Magic Spring, The Tuck Family Wanders About Trying To Live As Inconspicuously And Comfortably As They Can When Ten Year Old Winnie Foster Stumbles On Their Secret, The Tucks Take Her Home And Explain Why Living Forever At One Age Is Less A Blessing That It Might Seem Complications Arise When Winnie Is Followed By A Stranger Who Wants To Market The Spring Water For A Fortune.

  • Paperback
  • 139 pages
  • Tuck Everlasting
  • Natalie Babbitt
  • English
  • 06 September 2019
  • 0374480095

About the Author: Natalie Babbitt

Natalie Babbitt was an American writer and illustrator of children s books She attended Laurel School for Girls, and then Smith College She had 3 children and was married to Samuel Fisher Babbitt She was the grandmother of 3 and lived in Rhode Island.She was a board member of the National Children s Book and Literacy Alliance a national not for profit that actively advocates for literacy, liter Natalie Babbitt was an American writer and illustrator of children s books She attended Laurel School for Girls, and then Smith College She had 3 children and was married to Samuel Fisher Babbitt She was the grandmother of 3 and lived in Rhode Island.She was a board member of the National Children s Book and Literacy Alliance a national not for profit that actively advocates for literacy, literature, and libraries.http us.macmillan.com author natali