Tuck Everlasting Chapter 19 Summary


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In Tuck Everlasting, the man in the yellow suit first heard about the Tuck family from _____.

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1. In Tuck Everlasting, why does the man in the yellow suit now own the wood that previously belonged to the Fosters?

2. In Tuck Everlasting, what does the man in the yellow suit want to do with the water?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

For this quiz and worksheet combination, you will be tested on the important points of chapter 19 in Tuck Everlasting. Questions will cover topics such as the man in the yellow suit and his purchase of the wood, and his desires on what to do with the water.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will find the following subjects in this quiz and worksheet combo:

  • How the man in the yellow suit heard about the Tuck family
  • His plans for the water
  • What he wants to do with Winnie
  • Mae's actions at the ends of the chapter

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you know about the man in the yellow suit
  • Making connections - understand Mae's actions at the end of the chapter
  • Reading comprehension - be sure you understand the important parts of chapter 19

Additional Learning

For further reading, check out the lesson titled Tuck Everlasting Chapter 19 Summary. There, you can find the following subjects:

  • The music box
  • A proposition
  • Mae and the man's argument
  • The legal papers