Imagine having the choice at 9 years old to live forever and not age, or keep living and age. In the book that I read, Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt. The main character Winnie, a 9 year old little girl, has the decision to live forever or keep ageing. The setting is in the woods, her house, and the tucks house. Winnie met this boy in the woods one day when she was wandering around. The boy's family ended up kidnapping her. They brought her to their house where there were 2 brothers and 1 sister. The siblings' names are Miles, Jesse, and Mae. I really liked watching Winnie develop a connection with the Tucks. Winne gets treated like she’s one of their siblings and appreciates everything they do for her. I thought Winnie was going to end up wanting to go home the whole time she was at the Tucks house, but she wanted to stay. She ended up not wanting to go home after meeting the Tucks. They were like her own family, she loved them. The connection that they developed I thought was so sweet. Did she end up drinking the water? I don’t know I guess you'll have to read it… You should read this book if you like confusing and lots of decision making. This book makes you kind of anxious, I always felt like I needed to know what was going to happen next. I would recommend this book for 6th graders and up because it gets confusing at some points in the book that maybe younger readers wouldn't understand.