Book Report: Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt

IMG_4111Sense of Place 101. This is your textbook.

I enjoyed Tuck Everlasting as a preteen, and I picked it up again because I realized one of my manuscripts has a few similar plot elements.

I’d forgotten how excellently written it was. If you struggle with creating a sense of place (a.k.a. filling in that white void around your characters with sensory details), this is a great book to read. And re-read.

I recommend Tuck Everlasting to all ages. I also recommend reading it out loud.

Happy Yarning!

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