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Tuck Everlasting, Chapters 9-11

Author: Natalie Babbitt

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The August sun rolled up, hung at mid-heaven for a blinding hour, and at last wheeled westward before the journey was done. But Winnie was exhausted long before that. Miles carried her some of the way. The tops of her cheeks were bright pink with sunburn, her nose a vivid, comic red, but she had been rescued from a more serious broiling by Mae, who had finally insisted that she wear the blue straw hat. It came down far over her ears and gave her a clownish appearance, but the shade from its brim was so welcome that Winnie put vanity aside and dozed gratefully in Miles's strong arms, her own arms wound around his neck.

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:11AM) : she had went to get the kids
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 19 2015 1:56PM) : meet them.
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Precious Archibald (Oct 07 2015 10:23AM) : how can miles carry his mother more

i think miles must be older than 13 to carry his mother

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Devon Minix (Oct 15 2015 10:36AM) : I think too more

I think he is older than 13 but he could still carry his mother because he probably buff

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 16 2015 10:33AM) : '.' more

hes 17………

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Tuck Everlasting Sarah M. (Apr 28 2018 5:29PM) : No, JESSIE is 17, Miles is 22
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Tuck Everlasting Sarah M. (Apr 28 2018 5:30PM) : And he didn't carry his mom, he carried Winnie. READ IT. [Edited]
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Albert Tran (Oct 08 2017 7:46AM) : HE GOT MARRIED ALREADY
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Savannah Johnson (Jan 23 2018 11:54AM) : jesse says that miles is older than him jesse is 17 and so miles is older than 17
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Tuck Everlasting Sarah M. (Apr 28 2018 6:03PM) : He's 22 people!
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Tuck Everlasting Sarah M. (Apr 28 2018 5:27PM) : MILES IS 22! READ CHAPTERS 1-8!
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Elmo AK-47 (Nov 10 2019 5:57PM) : I more

He is everlasting he cannot die so he really is like 120

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Shakira Pineda (Oct 07 2015 9:28AM) : short annotation more

this passage includes very well detailed events and emotions.

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Precious Archibald (Oct 08 2015 10:20AM) : winnie was kidnaped more

winnie was kidnapped by the tucks she was scared and wanted to go home

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 08 2015 10:27AM) : i was kidnapped i will want to go home too
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 19 2015 2:20PM) : it does say that she went to the woods to meet them there.plus, having to ride and walk back. '-'
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Shakira Pineda (Nov 05 2015 11:29AM) : the august sun rolled up hung up at mid haven for a blinding hour. more

winnie was exhausted for a little while. miles than carried her some sort of way , winnie felt uncomfortable.

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 12 2015 10:20AM) : in the movie, winnie was very tall
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Super Spectrum1928 (May 03 2019 8:42AM) : I SMELL...... more

PENNNNNYZ

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 06 2015 10:44AM) : the august sun rolled up. more

wait,the sun cant roll up.the sun dose not move at all.

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 07 2015 9:34AM) : (-_-)
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 09 2015 1:52PM) : why is your username comander? '-'
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Student Luna Leedlelee (Sep 12 2017 8:08PM) : Personification
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 15 2015 10:18AM) : at first. more

at first i thought Winnie was short.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 19 2015 1:54PM) : in Tuck Everlasting, chapter 14, the man is the yellow suit went to the foster's home and told them who took Winnie. more

the man in the yellow suit came to their door and offered them to find Winnie and take her away from the Tuck’s.

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 09 2015 1:51PM) : at the end, winnie decides not to drink the spring water and die when shes old.jesse comes back to treegap and looks for winnie and comes to find out winnie lived up to 100 years old and died.
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 12 2015 10:53AM) : ..
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Devon Minix (Oct 05 2015 2:18PM) : She had been rescued more

She had been rescued for a broiling by Mae.A man was looking for Mae.He was happy to see her.So the man meat hi wife and his Mae.

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Kamari Williams (Oct 06 2015 10:25AM) : bro do u know how to speak properly. more

talking bout she meat hi wife and his mae.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 15 2015 10:16AM) : ok............. more

‘.’

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Devon Minix (Oct 07 2015 9:29AM) : She had sunburned more

Her cheeks were bright pink with sunburn.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 26 2015 1:57PM) : They started talking at the table
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 26 2015 2:03PM) : he took winnie away from them
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 10 2015 10:04AM) : winnie was a rich girl with a rich family.
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 10 2015 10:11AM) : the story is very diffrent from the book.in the book, the man in the yellowv suit came in their house, in the movie, the tuck's were leaving andthe man in the yellow suit came
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 10 2015 10:17AM) : winnie's grandemother died in the movie but stayed alive in the book.
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Kamari Williams (Oct 05 2015 2:19PM) : how can he miles her own son carry his own mom. more

i’m thinking like didn’t he have struggles or problems carrying her.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 07 2015 9:17AM) : Winnie was kidnapped. more

Winnie was kidnapped by the tuck’s.she was scared at first.Winnie wanted to go home afterwords.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 07 2015 9:27AM) : Winnie liked Jesse. more

she met jesse in the woods

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Devon Minix (Oct 07 2015 9:35AM) : she like someone more

She was in miles arms and her hands around his neck. she liked him.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 26 2015 1:53PM) : The Tuck's and Winnie was having breakfast, then the man in the yellow suit came to their house to talk about the water
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 26 2015 1:55PM) : Winnie was staying with the Tuck's
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 26 2015 2:01PM) : THE MAN IN THE YELLOW SUIT CAME TO THE TUCK'S HOUSE
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 26 2015 2:08PM) : winnie wanted to go home to her family since the tuck's took her away and swhe didn't want to stay with him.the man in yellow suit saw her and let the tuck's kidnapp her.
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 26 2015 2:18PM) : in chapter 13, more

the man in the yellow suit coming to the fosters house to tell her family about winnie

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 09 2015 1:54PM) : the old days changed into places like today,and jesse had a motorcyle
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 10 2015 10:12AM) : another thing was, tuck and mae went to winnie's grave. but in the movie, only jesse did
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 10 2015 10:21AM) : winnie married someone else and had kids with someone else

The pastures, fields, and scrubby groves they crossed were vigorous with bees, and crickets leapt before them as if each step released a spring and flung them up like pebbles. But everything else was motionless, dry as biscuit, on the brink of burning, hoarding final reservoirs of sap, trying to hold out till the rain returned, and Queen Anne's lace lay dusty on the surface of the meadows like foam on a painted sea.

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Shakira Pineda (Oct 07 2015 9:33AM) : discriptive writing more

well detailed passage about the setting.

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Shakira Pineda (Nov 05 2015 11:33AM) : the pastures, the fields , and scrubby groves they crossed were vigorow with bees. more

the setting was peaceful and playful.

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 09 2015 1:52PM) : winnie's house was still there

It was amazing, then, to climb a long hill, to see ahead another hill, and beyond that the deep green of a scattered pine forest, and as you climbed, to feel the air ease and soften. Winnie revived, sniffing, and was able to ride the horse again, perched behind Mae. And to her oft-repeated question, "Are we almost there?" the welcome answer came at last: "Only a few more minutes now."

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Shakira Pineda (Nov 05 2015 11:35AM) : it was amazing to climb a tall tree for them. more

a scattered long hill pine forest felt amazing to them.

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Dimitria Wingo (Oct 06 2015 11:01AM) : i think that it great they can climb hills more

it was amazing .then,to climb a long hill to see a another hill and beyond
that the deep green of a scattered pine forest

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:12AM) : they had went to the long hill
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A wide stand of dark pines rose up, loomed nearer, and suddenly Jesse was crying, "We're home! This is it, Winnie Foster!" And he and Miles raced on and disappeared among the trees. The horse followed, turning onto a rutted path lumpy with roots, and it was as if they had slipped in under a giant colander. The late sun's brilliance could penetrate only in scattered glimmers, and everything was silent and untouched, the ground muffled with moss and sliding needles, the graceful arms of the pines stretched out protectively in every direction. And it was cool, blessedly cool and green. The horse picked his way carefully, and then ahead the path dropped down a steep embankment; and beyond that, Winnie, peering around Mae's bulk, saw a flash of color and a dazzling sparkle. Down the embankment they swayed and there it was, a plain, homely little house, barn-red, and below it the last of the sun flashing on the wrinkled surface of a tiny lake.

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:13AM) : jesse had stared to cry
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cry jesse,CRY!

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I DON’T GET UR EMOJI THO…….;-;

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it is a mad face emoji \(ouo)/

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seriously? never used it.(_(

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Why she started to cry

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 09 2015 2:04PM) : the tuck's never came back
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People start killing them.

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 10 2015 11:11AM) : winnie was 10 in the bookand 15 in the movie
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"Oh, look!" cried Winnie. "Water!"

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 07 2015 9:29AM) : water! [Edited] more

everyone,TO THE WATER \({OVO})/

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i would have felt the same way if i was thirsty

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Devon Minix (Oct 08 2015 10:39AM) : Mae and Winnie saw water. more

Mae said look it is water.I think Mae and Winnie never had water in they life.So Winnie and Mae went in the water and play in it.So Winnie and Mae had fun in it

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 10 2015 10:29AM) : jesse says hes 17 but mostly 107 years old
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Kamari Williams (Oct 07 2015 9:22AM) : Winnie was happy because she had saw water. more

i would have felt the same way if i been traveling for so long ,i would have jumped in the water.

At the same time, they heard two enormous splashes, two voices roaring with pleasure.

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Precious Archibald (Oct 08 2015 10:37AM) : winnie and someone heared a enormous splash more

who was with winnie?

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 15 2015 10:43AM) : the Tuck family
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"It don't take 'em more'n a minute to pile into that pond," said Mae, beaming. "Well, you can't blame 'em in heat like this. You can go in, too, if you want."

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Then they were at the door of the little house and Tuck was standing there. "Where's the child?" he demanded, for Winnie was hidden behind his wife. "The boys say you brung along a real, honest-to-goodness, natural child!"

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Dimitria Wingo (Nov 13 2015 10:40AM) : i like this book a lot i like winnie and mae and jessie and tuck and miese
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"So I did," said Mae, sliding down off the horse, "and here she is."

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Dimitria Wingo (Oct 08 2015 2:13PM) : that summer day are long more

the main people are mae jessie miles winnie and straneger

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Winnie's shyness returned at once when she saw the big man with his sad face and baggy trousers, but as he gazed at her, the warm, pleasing feeling spread through her again. For Tuck's head tilted to one side, his eyes went soft, and the gentlest smile in the world displaced the melancholy creases of his cheeks. He reached up to lift her from the horse's back and he said, "There's just no words to tell you how happy I am to see you. It's the finest thing that's happened in . . ." He interrupted himself, setting Winnie on the ground, and turned to Mae. "Does she know?"

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 13 2015 10:12AM) : winnie was going to miss jesse when he leaves tree gap
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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:13AM) : they love to drink water
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 16 2015 10:49AM) : its forever living- water. [Edited]
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"Course she knows," said Mae. "That's why I brung her back. Winnie, here's my husband, Angus Tuck. Tuck, meet Winnie Foster."

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"How do, Winnie Foster," said Tuck, shaking Winnie's hand rather solemnly. "Well, then!" He straightened and peered down at her, and Winnie, looking back into his face, saw an expression there that made her feel like an unexpected present, wrapped in pretty paper and tied with ribbons, in spite of Mae's blue hat, which still enveloped her head. "Well, then," Tuck repeated, "seeing you know, I'll go on and say this is the finest thing that's happened in—oh—at least eighty years."

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Dimitria Wingo (Oct 08 2015 10:51AM) : it look like she is scar more

winnie foster ,"said tuck,winne hand rather straightened and peered down at her.

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 13 2015 10:24AM) : Winnie told the police that the tucks were nice to her
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 13 2015 10:24AM) : JESSE GOT SHOT

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Winnie had grown up with order. She was used to it. Under the pitiless double assaults of her mother and grandmother, the cottage where she lived was always squeaking clean, mopped and swept and scoured into limp submission. There was no room for carelessness, no putting things off until later. The Foster women had made a fortress out of duty. Within it, they were indomitable. And Winnie was in training.

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Dimitria Wingo (Oct 05 2015 2:14PM) : I think it cool that winnie get to grow up free more
she live in a clean house.she moped,swept scoured.The foster women had made made a forest out of duty
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 19 2015 1:57PM) : -its
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 13 2015 10:17AM) : i wonder what happened to her mother.
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Kamari Williams (Oct 06 2015 10:58AM) : Winnie had grown up with order as they said and the cottage where they lived it was always squeaking clean mopped and swept and scoured into limp submission. more
i think when Winnie wen there she felt uncomfortable because she always had order and at their cottage they wasn’t really talkative so she didn’t want to take place in it because was used to cleaning the house squeaky clean where u could see it shinning she used to mop she swept and scoured into limp submission.
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Precious Archibald (Oct 06 2015 10:59AM) : winnie grown up with order as they lived in the cottage winnie would help and clean i know this because it states in the text "the cottage where she lived was always squeaking clean more

i think winnie didn’t mind cleaning but sence she grown up with order its starting to make her feel uncomfortable with sertin thing bacase in the cottage they wasn’t very talktive

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So she was unprepared for the homely little house beside the pond, unprepared for the gentle eddies of dust, the silver cobwebs, the mouse who lived—and welcome to him!—in a table drawer. There were only three rooms. The kitchen came first, with an open cabinet where dishes were stacked in perilous towers without the least regard for their varying dimensions. There was an enormous black stove, and a metal sink, and every surface, every wall, was piled and strewn and hung with everything imaginable, from onions to lanterns to wooden spoons to wash-tubs. And in a corner stood Tuck's forgotten shotgun.

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:14AM) : winnie is uncormable for with that water
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 19 2015 1:58PM) : spelled it wrong more

-uncomfortable

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The parlor came next, where the furniture, loose and sloping with age, was set about helter-skelter. An ancient green-plush sofa lolled alone in the center, like yet another mossy fallen log, facing a soot-streaked fireplace still deep in last winter's ashes. The table with the drawer that housed the mouse was pushed off, also alone, into a far corner, and three armchairs and an elderly rocker stood about aimlessly, like strangers at a party, ignoring each other.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 16 2015 11:06AM) : . more

Winnie thought the Tuck’s were bad.

Beyond this was the bedroom, where a vast and tipsy brass bed took up most of the space, but there was room beside it for the washstand with the lonely mirror, and opposite its foot a cavernous oak wardrobe from which leaked the faint smell of camphor.

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Kamari Williams (Oct 06 2015 11:02AM) : in their house the things take up most up the space. more

in my house my brothers and and the rest of the people that live with me take up the most space.

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Precious Archibald (Oct 06 2015 11:03AM) : in there house the brass bed took up most the space more

in my house i have a lot or extra space

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Up a steep flight of narrow stairs was a dusty loft—"That's where the boys sleep when they're home," Mae explained—and that was all. And yet it was not quite all. For there was everywhere evidence of their activities, Mae's and Tuck's. Her sewing: patches and scraps of bright cloth; half-completed quilts and braided rugs; a bag of cotton batting with wisps of its contents, like snow, drifting into cracks and corners; the arms of the sofa webbed with strands of thread and dangerous with needles. His wood carving: curly shavings furring the floor, and little heaps of splinters and chips; every surface dim with the sawdust of countless sandings; limbs of unassembled dolls and wooden soldiers; a ship model propped on the mouse's table, waiting for its glue to dry; and a stack of wooden bowls, their sides smoothed to velvet, the topmost bowl filled with a jumble of big wooden spoons and forks, like dry, bleached bones. "We make things to sell," said Mae, surveying the mess approvingly.

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:16AM) : they went to the flight
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And still this was not all. For, on the old beamed ceiling of the parlor, streaks of light swam and danced and wavered like a bright mirage, reflected through the windows from the sunlit surface of the pond. There were bowls of daisies everywhere, gay white and yellow. And over everything was the clean, sweet smell of the water and its weeds, the chatter of a swooping kingfisher, the carol and trill of a dozen other kinds of bird, and occasionally the thrilling bass note of an unastonished bullfrog at ease somewhere along the muddy banks.

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Dimitria Wingo (Oct 08 2015 11:02AM) : i like this book its good more

i think winnie is sweet and she get scare easy

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Dimitria Wingo (Oct 08 2015 11:13AM) : i want to know what happen next
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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 13 2015 10:31AM) : winnie had to travel somewhere else

Into it all came Winnie, eyes wide, and very much amazed. It was a whole new idea to her that people could live in such disarray, but at the same time she was charmed. It was. . . comfortable. Climbing behind Mae up the stairs to see the loft, she thought to herself: "Maybe it's because they think they have forever to clean it up." And this was followed by another thought, far more revolutionary: "Maybe they just don't care!"

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Dimitria Wingo (Oct 08 2015 11:10AM) : this book is interesting more

summer day are not long i like summer but to me it short and school comes back .

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"The boys don't be home very much," said Mae as they came up into the half light of the loft. "But when they are, they bed up here. There's plenty of room." The loft was cluttered, too, with all kinds of odds and ends, but there were two mattresses rolled out on the floor, and fresh sheets and blankets were folded almost neatly on each, waiting to be spread.

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"Where do they go when they're away?" asked Winnie. "What do they do?"

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Kamari Williams (Oct 08 2015 10:16AM) : where do they go when their away? more

what i think they do and go is they go back to the Treegap and i think they work.

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"Oh," said Mae, "they go different places, do different things. They work at what jobs they can get, try to bring home some of their money. Miles can do carpentering, and he's a pretty fair blacksmith, too. Jesse now, he don't ever seem too settled in himself. Course, he's young." She stopped and smiled. "That sounds funny, don't it? Still, it's true, just the same. So Jesse, he does what strikes him at the moment, working in the fields, or in saloons, things like that, whatever he comes across. But they can't stay on in any one place for long, you know. None of us can. People get to wondering." She sighed. "We been in this house about as long as we dare, going on twenty years. It's a right nice place. Tuck's got so's he's real attached to it. Then, too, it's off by itself, plenty of fish in the pond, not too far from the towns around. When we need things, we go sometimes to one, sometimes the next, so people don't come to notice us much. And we sell where we can. But I guess we'll be moving on, one of these days. It's just about time."

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 08 2015 10:16AM) : bring home money more

a least they get the money. \($_$)/

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 15 2015 10:40AM) : half more

half of it. ;p

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It sounded rather sad to Winnie, never to belong anywhere. "That's too bad," she said, glancing shyly at Mae. "Always moving around and never having any friends or anything."

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But Mae shrugged off this observation. "Tuck and me, we got each other," she said, "and that's a lot. The boys, now, they go their separate ways. They're some different, don't always get on too good. But they come home whenever the spirit moves, and every ten years, first week of August, they meet at the spring and come home together so's we can be a family again for a little while. That's why we was there this morning. One way or another, it all works out." She folded her arms and nodded, more to herself than to Winnie. "Life's got to be lived, no matter how long or short," she said calmly. "You got to take what comes. We just go along, like everybody else, one day at a time. Funny—we don't feel no different. Leastways, I don't. Sometimes I forget about what's happened to us, forget it altogether. And then sometimes it comes over me and I wonder why it happened to us. We're plain as salt, us Tucks. We don't deserve no blessings—if it is a blessing. And, likewise, I don't see how we deserve to be cursed, if it's a curse. Still—there's no use trying to figure why things fall the way they do. Things just are, and fussing don't bring changes. Tuck, now, he's got a few other ideas, but I expect he'll tell you. There! The boys are in from the pond."

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:17AM) : she saw the obersavtion
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Winnie heard a burst of voices downstairs, and in a moment Miles and Jesse were climbing to the loft.

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"Here, child," said Mae hastily. "Hide your eyes. Boys? Are you decent? What'd you put on to swim in? I got Winnie up here, do you hear me?"

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"For goodness' sake, Ma," said Jesse, emerging from the stairwell. "You think we're going to march around in our altogether with Winnie Foster in the house?"

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And Miles, behind him, said, "We just jumped in with our clothes on. Too hot and tired to shed 'em."

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It was true. They stood there side by side with their wet clothes plastered to their skins, little pools of water collecting at their feet.

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Precious Archibald (Oct 08 2015 10:40AM) : in this paragraph they seemed hot so they got wet
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Kamari Williams (Oct 07 2015 9:26AM) : i think they was hot because they got wet. more

i would have probably been the same way because after a long walk i would have been hot and jumped in something to get wet in.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 15 2015 10:38AM) : Winnie could of jumped in.

"Well!" said Mae, relieved. "All right. Find something dry to put on. Your pa's got supper nearly ready." And she hustled Winnie down the narrow stairs.

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Precious Archibald (Oct 06 2015 10:48AM) : well i think miles and jesse are feeling good because their home with the parents to have a little fun more

they where gettin wet and they had to go up stairs to there room to change their clothes

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Kamari Williams (Oct 06 2015 10:48AM) : basically i think Miles and Jesse are happy that they are finally home to hang out with their parents and spend a little more time with them. more

they got wet and their mom told them to go upstairs to see if they could have found any dry clothes because their father had got supper nearly ready.

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It was a good supper, flapjacks, bacon, bread, and applesauce, but they ate sitting about in the parlor instead of around a table. Winnie had never had a meal that way before and she watched them carefully at first, to see what rules there might be that she did not know about. But there seemed to be no rules. Jesse sat on the floor and used the seat of a chair for a table, but the others held their plates in their laps. There were no napkins. It was all right, then, to lick the maple syrup from your fingers. Winnie was never allowed to do such a thing at home, but she had always thought it would be the easiest way. And suddenly the meal seemed luxurious.

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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 19 2015 2:08PM) : Winnie felt homesick. more

Winnie foster wanted to go home to her cottage with her mother,father,and grandmother waiting for her.

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:18AM) : they are finally they went to the house
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Tatiana Myrick (Oct 19 2015 2:10PM) : Winnie told the tuck's she wanted to leave.
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After a few minutes, however, it was clear to Winnie that there was at least one rule: As long as there was food to eat, there was no conversation. All four Tucks kept their eyes and their attention on the business at hand. And in the silence, given time to think, Winnie felt her elation, and her thoughtless pleasure, wobble and collapse.

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Precious Archibald (Oct 06 2015 11:17AM) : it was clear winnie there is only one rule as long as there was food to eat the was no conversation between them so winne feels elated and her thouhts preser her more

why is there only one rule

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Kamari Williams (Oct 06 2015 11:09AM) : when they said no conversation at the table while they where i have something much the same to that. more

when i sit at the table with my family and we eat we can talk but it has to be something about school or whatever.

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It had been different when they were out-of-doors, where the world belonged to everyone and no one. Here, everything was theirs alone, everything was done their way. Eating, she realized now, was a very personal thing, not something to do with strangers. Chewing was a personal thing. Yet here she was, chewing with strangers in a strange place. She shivered a little, and frowned, looking round at them. That story they had told her—why, they were crazy, she thought harshly, and they were criminals. They had kidnapped her, right out of the middle of her very own wood, and now she would be expected to sleep—all night—in this dirty, peculiar house. She had never slept in any bed but her own in her life. All these thoughts flowed at once from the dark part of her mind. She put down her fork and said, unsteadily, "I want to go home."

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:19AM) : they almost kidnapped the kids
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The Tucks stopped eating, and looked at her, surprised. Mae said soothingly, "Why, of course you do, child. That's only natural. I'll take you home. I promised I would, soon's we've explained a bit as to why you got to promise you'll never tell about the spring. That's the only reason we brung you here. We got to make you see why."

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Kamari Williams (Oct 06 2015 11:17AM) : it looks like she really wanted to go home and she was going to get taken home. more

i have the same thing like when i was in my friends house and we was eating food i wanted to go home because of what he said.

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Precious Archibald (Oct 07 2015 9:19AM) : it seems likes really wanted to go home
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Then Miles said, cheerfully and with sudden sympathy, "There's a pretty good old rowboat. I'll take you out for a row after supper."

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"No, I will," said Jesse. "Let me. I found her first, didn't I, Winnie Foster? Listen, I'll show you where the frogs are, and . . ."

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"Hush," Tuck interrupted. "Everyone hush. I'll take Winnie rowing on the pond. There's a good deal to be said and I think we better hurry up and say it. I got a feeling there ain't a whole lot of time."

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Kamari Williams (Oct 08 2015 10:24AM) : they were arguing about how the boys found Winnie first. more

tuck said everyone hush i’ll take her rowing down pond.

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 09 2015 2:07PM) : winnie moved away

Jesse laughed at this, and ran a hand roughly through his curls. "That's funny, Pa. Seems to me like time's the only thing we got a lot of."

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Precious Archibald (Oct 07 2015 9:27AM) : in this paragraph miles and jesse seem really good about being home [Edited] more

like when i get home from school i be happy

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Jaylen Hostos (Oct 07 2015 9:19AM) : they are happy to be home

But Mae frowned. "You worried, Tuck? What's got you? No one saw us on the way up. Well, now, wait a bit—yes, they did, come to think of it. There was a man on the road, just outside Treegap. But he didn't say nothing."

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Kamari Williams (Oct 07 2015 9:30AM) : as they were coming back to the house somebody saw them. more

the person that saw them was a strange man that was standing on the side of the road but he didnt say anything.

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 08 2015 10:24AM) : he did not say nothing because he will not hurt you,heh...heh more

\(T!T)/

"He knows me, though," said Winnie. She had forgotten, too, about the man in the yellow suit, and now, thinking of him, she felt a surge of relief. "He'll tell my father he saw me."

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"He knows you?" said Mae, her frown deepening. "But you didn't call out to him, child. Why not?" "I was too scared to do anything," said Winnie honestly.

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Tuck shook his head. "I never thought we'd come to the place where we'd be scaring children," he said. "I guess there's no way to make it up to you, Winnie, but I'm sure most awful sorry it had to happen like that. Who was this man you saw?"

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"I don't know his name," said Winnie. "But he's a pretty nice man, I guess." In fact, he seemed supremely nice to her now, a kind of savior. And then she added, "He came to our house last night, but he didn't go inside."

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Precious Archibald (Oct 07 2015 9:36AM) : in this paragraph winnie know someone but didn't know his name and she said he seem nice more

like one time me and my friend just met someone but we didn’t know her name but she was nice and we had lots of fun and when we saw her again we asked her what was her name

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"Well, that don't sound too serious, Pa," said Miles. "Just some stranger passing by."

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 08 2015 10:50AM) : sound too serious more

who knows \(o_o)/

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"Just the same, we got to get you home again, Winnie," said Tuck, standing up decisively. "We got to get you home just as fast as we can. I got a feeling this whole thing is going to come apart like wet bread. But first we got to talk, and the pond's the best place. The pond's got answers. Come along, child. Let's go out on the water.

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Devon Minix (Oct 08 2015 10:52AM) : They had felling. more

Tuck had a felling that something was going to happen.So they went in the water.

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 08 2015 11:02AM) : don't trust strangers with water they will drown you

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Abraham Villanueva (Oct 05 2015 1:53PM) : Winnie had grown up with order. more

what do they mean by that?

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Tatiana Myrick (Nov 09 2015 1:57PM) : taught how to be mature.
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