Tuck Everlasting-Book Report By Ciara Kayiwa

Tuck Everlasting-Book Report By Ciara Kayiwa
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  • Scene One
  • Oh yes! We have lived here forever.
  • Ribbit-Ribbit!
  • Have you and your family lived here long?
  • Scene Two
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  • I didn't mean to watch you!
  • You may as well come out.
  • Scene Three
  • We'll explain it... soon as we're far enough away.
  • If you'd... yelled or anything someone might've heard you and...that's too risky.
  • Please, child... dear, dear  child... don't you be scared.
  • A strange man in a yellow suit walks towards Winnie Foster and asks how long her family has lived in their home at Treegap.
  • Scene Four
  • You can't do that!
  •  Winnie meets Jesse Tuck for the very first time while he  drinks water from the magical spring.
  • Scene Five 
  • Scene Six
  •  Miles Tuck kidnaps Winnie. Jesse and their mother Mae Tuck are upset about his actions.
  • He knowed it, though.
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  • Poor Jesse...
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  • The man in the yellow suit visits the Tuck's family and informs them that the Fosters have given him the woods and the magical spring in exchange for Winnie's return home. He grabs Winnie forcefully, and Mae Tuck hits him on the head with a shotgun.
  • Ma! No!
  • Not Winnie!
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  • The constable throws Mae Tuck in the jailhouse for killing the man in the yellow suit. She is to be hanged by the gallows. Winnie and the Tucks come up with a plan to help her escape.
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  •  Angus and his wife, Mae Tuck return to Treegap. The town had slightly changed since their departure. Mae glanced at the jailhouse briefly. They visited Winnie's grave to pay their respect. Apparently, Winnie never drank the everlasting water from the spring to become an immortal like the Tuck Family.
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  • In  Loving Memory Winifred Foster Jackson Dear Wife Dear Mother 1870 -1948
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