What are some key differences between the Tuck family and the Foster family?

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One difference between the two families can be illustrated by examining their homes. The Foster family's home is cold and unwelcoming, while the Tuck family's home is a very warm and welcoming house. The book begins by describing the Foster house as a "touch-me-not" house. It's one of those homes in which everything looks neat and organized, but you are not allowed to touch anything. It's not a fun house to be...

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