Tuck Everlasting - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Winnie Foster was the only child of the Fosters. She was sitting in the grass by the fence talking to a toad about running away, telling him she was definitely going to do it soon. Eventually, her mother and grandmother called her into the house. But before she said good-bye to the toad, she finished her one-sided conversation. She decided she would like him for a pet, but only for a moment, because as she thought more about it, she did not want to cage anything. She did not want any animal to feel as she did, caged by her family.

As she left the toad, she reiterated her vow about running away. She told the toad that she would probably be running away the next morning before anyone woke up.

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