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What did Winnie do to make a difference in the world?

What did Winnie do to make a difference in the world?

Winnie makes a difference in the life of Mae Tuck, the mother of Jesse. She feels responsible for Mae being put in jail. Winnie helps Mae to escape from jail. She looks past the fact that Mae killed the stranger, because she loved the Tucks, they were her friends.

What was peculiar about Winnie’s kidnappers?

What was unusual about Winnie’s kidnapping? The kidnappers seemed friendly and had no intention of hurting her. They said they would return her home the next day.

Does Winnie believe the Tuck’s story why?

Does Winnie believe the Tuck’s story? Because she doesn’t believe in fairy tales, but then she says “It couldn’t be –not a bit of it—be true.

How is Tuck able to help Winnie to make sense of why it is important that no one knows their secret?

Q. How is Tuck able to help Winnie to make sense of why it is important that no one knows their secret? He takes her down the river and never returns. He says that no one will ever move on and will be stuck.

What made Winnie stop crying?

She stops crying when Mae plays her music box; it’s the same music Winnie’s grandmother thought belonged to elves! The Tucks decide to tell Winnie their secret: over eighty-years ago, as the family was traveling through the area, they drank from that stream in the woods.

What do the Tucks do to make money?

Angus Tuck and Mae Tuck make little trinkets and household items to sell. Some of the examples that are given in the text are a model ship, wooden bowls, and wooden cooking utensils. The text says that Angus does the carving and that Mae does necessary sewing.

What does Mae Tuck keep in her pocket?

She gets dressed and at the last minute tucks a music box into her pocket. It is the one pretty thing she owns, and she takes it with her everywhere. She adds a large straw bonnet at the last minute and puts it on while smoothing her hair at the same time.