What is the comparison between the Tucks and Winnie's family?i know what the differnces are, please help me! :)

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hustoncmk | High School Teacher | (Level 1) Assistant Educator

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You mention that you know what the differences are already, so you need to look at the similarities.  They are both in the same area at the beginning of the story.  Both families have both parents still involved in the family and both mothers are worried about their child(ren).  When you write your comparison, does your teacher want a paragraph or would a Venn Diagram work?  You can have one side be the Tuck family and the other side be Winnie Foster's family.  Place any similarities in the center where the two circles overlap.

I hope this helps you and that you enjoy the rest of the book.  Be certain to read it, there are many differences between the book and the movie.

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nonamerocks | Student, Grade 10 | eNotes Newbie

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The Tucks' house is always messy, unorganized, and dirty. The Fosters' (Winnie's family) house is always clean, neat, and organized. 

The Tucks: Immortal, eats in complete silence, lives in a cluttered house, laughs a lot, etc.

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