In which book…

  1. is the first week of August compared to the highest seat of a Ferris wheel when it pauses in its turning?
  2. are dog days days when people are led to do things they are sure to be sorry for later?
  3. do three things happen that at first appear to be unconnected?
  4. does a house have a “touch-me-not” appearance?
  5. did the wood bedside a house have a sleeping, otherworld appearance that made you want to speak in whispers?
  6. were the cows responsible for a wood’s isolation?
  7. does a character almost never smile except in sleep?
  8. is a character described as “ a great potato of a woman with a round, sensible face and calm brown eyes?
  9. is a music box painted with roses and lilies of the valley the one pretty thing a character owned?
  10. is a character tired of being looked at tall the time?
  11. does a character wear a jaunty yellow suit that seemed to slow a little in thee fading light?
  12. does a character’s body move continuously in angles rather jerkily-like a well-handled marionette?
  13. does a grandmother hear elf music?
  14. does a character decide not to run away for fear of going away alone?
  15. does a character find the woods surprisingly nice?
  16. does a character discover that her curiosity is stronger than her fear?
  17. does a character lose her heart to the figure seated at the trunk of an enormous tree?
  18. does a character realize her kidnappers are as alarmed as she is?
  19. does a music box calm a girl’s sobbing?
  20. is a horse, mistaken for a deer, shot but not killed?
  21. is a family seen as gentle and childlike?
  22. does an eavesdropper hear a fantastic story?
  23. is seeing a real, honest-to-goodness natural child the finest thing to happen in at least 80 years?
  24. does a character say “life’s got to be lived, no matter how long or short”?
  25. is a luxurious meal one with no rules, no napkins, and permission to lick the maple syrup from your fingers?
  26. is life compared to a wheel, turning and turning, never stopping?
  27. does a character describe his family as stuck-no longer part of the world?
  28. does a character say, “You can’t live without dying”?
  29. does a character steal a horse and bring a family news about their daughter?
  30. does a character say “Life’s to enjoy yourself, isn’t it? What else is it good for? That’s what I say and you and me, we could have a good time that never, never stopped. Wouldn’t that be something?”?
  31. does a character bargain a child for a wood?
  32. does a character realize she loves a family, after all, they were her friends and her friends alone?
  33. is one brother seem solid ,like an oar whereas the other was like water-thin and quick?
  34. does a character agree to keep a family’s secret?
  35. does a character say, “People got to do something useful if they’re going to take up space in the world”?
  36. does a character sense something unpleasant behind a visitor’s expression?
  37. does a character look at a dying man as if he were a starving man looking through a window at a banquet?
  38. does a character realize she must prevent a trip to the gallows?
  39. does a grandmother insist that elves had taken and bewitched her granddaughter?
  40. do parents sense a child is different than before, as if some part of her has slipped away?
  41. is the day so hot and so heavy that the slightest exertion bring on a flood of perspiration and an exhaustion in the joints?
  42. would midnight be the time for a character to make a difference in the world?
  43. does a character volunteer to switch places with one in danger?
  44. does a character’s actions impress other children, making them notice here instead of scorn her as a goody-two shoes?

IWB is set near the village Treegap? (4)
Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt


IWB would you find a touch-me-not house owned by the Fosters? (7)
Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt


IWB is there a giant ash tree at the center of the woods with a little spring bubbling at its roots? (8)
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IWD does a character dream of being in heaven? (10)
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IWB does a character always take her music box with her? (11)
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IWB had the characters looked the same for 87 years? (12)
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IWB does a char talk to a toad? (14)
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IWB does a char think about running away? (15)
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IWB is there elf music? (20)
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IWB will one char not let another drink form a spring? (29)
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IWB does a char have visions of being kidnapped? (31)
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IWB does everyone but the cat drink from a spring? (38)
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IWB does a char fall out of a tree without being hurt? (38)
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IWB does a horse survive a gunshot? (39)
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IWB does a char’s wife think he sold his soul to the devil? (39)
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IWB does a char shoot himself? (40)
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IWB does a char shoot himself and survive? (40)
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IWB is there a man in a yellow suit? (45)
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IWB are dishes stacked in a perilous tower with no regard for their varying sizes? (50)
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IWB do the char eat flapjacks for supper? (56)
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IWB is the pond the best place to talk? (59)
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IWB is a horse stolen? (65)
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IWB does the MC sleep in her clothes? (68)
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IWB does one char ask another to marry him in six year? (72)
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IWB does a char try to trade information for land? (74)
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IWB do they catch trout for breakfast? (82)
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IWB does the MC fish for the first time? (83)
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IWB is a man smashed in the back of the skull with the stock of a shotgun? (100)
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IWB is a char threatened with the gallows? (105)
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IWB does the MC's family think she has changed? (108)
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IWB are there a lot for frogs and toads?
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IWB does a char sneak out at midnight? (121)
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IWB is it too hot to move or think? (116)
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IWB does one char give another a bottle of water? (114)
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IWB is oil poured around a window frame? (123)
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IWB does the MC change places with a prisoner? (126)
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IWB does the MC need to cough, but know she can’t? (128)
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IWB does the MC save a toad? (132)
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IWB is an old friend found in a cemetery? (138)
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. Was there a cottage with a touch-me-not appearance surrounded by
iron fence? P. 6
IWB 2. Was there a woods that had a sleeping, otherworld appearance that
made you want to speak in whispers? P. 6
IWB 3. Does a mother rise early to meet her two sons later? P. 9
IWB 4. Does a character carry a music box with painted flowers on it wherever she goes? P. 11
IWB 5. Does a character enjoy watching toads? P. 13
IWB 6. Does a man in a jaunty yellow suit appear at someone’s gate? P. 17
IWB 7. Is music heard from the woods and one character says it is elf music? P. 20
IWB 8. Does a character get the nerve to wander to a new place they have never been before? P. 25
IWB 9. Is a person relaxing against the trunk of an enormous tree? P. 25
IWB 10. Does a child get their first ride on a horse with a woman leading the horse in front of her? P. 31
IWB 11. Does a family share their secret for the first time with a stranger? P. 37
IWB 12. Is one character one hundred and four years old? P. 28
IWB. 13. Does a wife take her two children and leave her husband when she is very puzzled about him? P. 39
IWB 14. Does a family compare their lives to that of gypsies? P. 39
IWB 15. Did hunters shoot a horse by mistake and not even hurt it? P. 38-39
IWB 16. Had a letter “T” been carved into a tree and looked freshly carved yearly later? P. 40
IWB 17. Did breakfast consist of bread and cheese? P. 44
IWB 18. Was a stranger following nearby unnoticed hearing details of secrets unknown to the world? P. 45
IWB 19. Was one raised in a place that was squeaking clean, mopped and swept and scoured into limp submission? P. 50
IWB 20. Did a kitchen have dishes stacked in perilous towers? P. 50
IWB 21. Did a character carve wood items to sell? P. 52
IWB 22. Did one of the family members work as a carpenter and blacksmith? P. 53
IWB 23. Does a family reunite every ten years? P. 54
IWB 24. Did two brothers go swimming in their clothes? P. 55
IWB 25. Did the supper consist of flapjacks, bacon, bread, and applesauce? P. 56
IWB 26. Was there no conversation during the meal? P. 56
IWB 27. Did the father take a child out on the pond for a boat ride and to talk? P. 60
IWB 28. Was a horse stolen? P. 65
IWB 29. Was a quilt spread on the sofa for the guest to sleep on? P. 67
IWB 30. Did a mouse live in the house? P. 69
IWB 31. Does a person blackmail a family for their land in exchange for something very valuable to them? P. 73-75
IWB 32. Does the constable go on a twenty mile journey with the stranger? P. 76
IWB 33. Do the serious offenders get sent to Charleyville? P. 78
IWB 34. Do two people go out to catch fish for breakfast? P. 82
IWB 35. Was the house untidy but comfortable? P.91
IWB 36. Was breakfast disturbed by a visitor at the door? P. 91
IWB 37. Does a person want to make a fortune off of other people by selling them something? P. 97
IWB 38. Did someone use a shotgun to hit another person in the head with it? P. 100
IWB 39. Did a town have a gallows? P. 104
IWB 40. Did the parents not believe the child’s story? P. 106
IWB 41. Did one sit in a rocking chair to get soothed? P. 106
IWB 42. Would there be no kidnapping charges brought against certain people? P. 109
IWB 43. Was a character given a small bottle of water to keep for several years? P. 114
IWB 44. Is someone to meet another person at midnight to carry out a plan to help someone? P.115
IWB 45. Did two women sit in the parlor, fan themselves, and drink lemonade? P. 116
IWB 46. Were these two rules to be followed, don’t bite your fingernails and don’t interrupt when someone else is speaking? P. 118
IWB 47. Did one fall asleep and wake up five minutes before they had to leave? P. 120
IWB 48. Did it say the blacksmith’s shop, the mill, the church, and stores were deserted, dark piles and shapes without purpose? P. 122
IWB 49. Did two characters change physical locations in the midst of a storm? P 125
IWB 50. Did a character shame her family? P. 130
IWB 51. Was a character transformed from a figure of too neat and prissy to a figure of romance? P. 130
IWB 52 Did one not dare to fall asleep in the night? P. 128
IWB 53. Was a character introduced to some new vocabulary words describing her behavior? P. 129
IWB 54. Did a character save another animal from a dog attacking it? P. 131
IWB 55. Did someone get something precious from the bureau drawer and use it for a different reason than it was originally intended for? P. 132
IWB 56. Did the town have several changes like a blacktop road now with white stripes painted down the center? P. 134
IWB 57. Was there a big electrical storm causing a great fire that did much damage to some woods? P. 136
IWB 58. Were answers found in a cemetery? P. 137
IWB 59. Did a couple order black coffee at a diner? P. 136
IWB 60. Did a character remove a toad from the road and place it in the weeds along the road so it wouldn’t get run over? P. 139