A fantastic, fantastic book by Natalie Babbitt. Not a children's book if your association with children's books includes pictures, but a book with some cool concepts that middle schoolers or elementry school kids can really understand. It's about a family who drank from a hidden spring, and it caused them to live forever, without aging (though when they drank from it they had no idea it wasn't just an ordinay spring.) It probably sounds like a stupid, simple book, but it's great to get discussions going (or just make people think) about if you would really WANT to live forever, if given the opportunity. Especially these days when we're not sure what the future of the planet is, would you really want to be committed to living forever, no matter what? FOREVER?
Miss Alabama in 1994, when asked if she would want to live forever if it were possible: "I would not live forever, because we should not live forever, because if we were supposed to live forever, then we would live forever, but we cannot live forever, which is why I would not live forever."

Tuck Everlasting was also a movie, but I did not see it, so I cannot comment on it.
автор: bandcampgirl183 14 сентября 2005
A male-to-female transgendered person. A permanent version of the tuck.
He loves tucking so much, I'm surprised he doesn't just go Tuck Everlasting.
автор: higgs broson 15 марта 2010
A gay book about the Tuck family drinking from a spring filled with water that makes you live forever. It has way too many similes, metaphors, personifacatins, and analogies. It never seems to get to just the point. The worst book I ever read.
Tuck Everlasting sucks!
автор: Matthew Broderick 10 мая 2006

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