In Tuck Everlasting what are some important objects from the Foster's home?

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This is a really tough question.  The reason for that is because not much happens at the Foster household, so there isn't much narrative detail about important items at the house.  I also am not sure if I had to pick items that were contained within the house itself, or if I could use objects that are on the Foster property (contained within their yard).  I'll start wide and work my way in.  

The first object that came to my mind is the toad.  Winnie uses the toad as her confessional early in the book.  She tells the toad her frustrations with her parents and how they micromanage every little detail within her life.  She tells the toad how she longs for freedom, so she tells the toad how she plans to run away.  The...

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