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    Holes By Louis Sachar

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    Have you ever had to carry your friend up a mountain? Stanley yelnats had to in the story Holes by Louis Sachar Stanley Yelnats “steals” a pair of famous pair shoes and gets sent to prison camp and he's forced into digging holes. Zero (Stanley's friend) runs away and stanley has to go find zero in a desert wasteland, will stanley find zero, read the book to find out. The theme of holes is growing up because stanley is innocent because he didn't steal the shoes, he learning from digging holes. He's a youth for running from the police. Stanley was walking home from school when a pair famous shoes hit him on the head. Stanley didn't know the shoes were famous so he took them and started to run home, the police caught…

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    Holes By Louis Sachar

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    My book report was on the book Holes by Louis Sachar. The main character is a 14-year-old boy named Stanley Yelnats. Stanley is framed and accused of stealing a famous athlete shoes, when they flew from the sky and landed on him. Stanley is given the option of either going to jail or a special camp for troubled boys. The camp is called camp Green Lake and is described as a fun summer camp. When Stanley arrives to camp green lake he realizes it’s in the dry dessert in the middle of nowhere and…

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    Holes, written by the excellent author, Louis Sachar, is an adventure and mystery book with a humorous touch. The story takes place mainly at the hot and humid Camp Green Lake, a juvenile detention facility where there is no lake, and no happy campers. In place of what used to be "the largest lake in Texas" is now a dry, flat, sunburned wasteland. It hasn’t rained there for over a hundred years. The only living plants there were two large trees and a hammock stretched out between the trees. Of…

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    Holes By Louis Sachar

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    Have you ever had to carry your friend up a mountain? Stanley yelnats had to in the story Holes by Louis Sachar Stanley Yelnats “steals” a pair of famous shoes and gets sent to prison camp and he's forced to dig holes. Zero (Stanley's friend) runs away and stanley has to go find zero in a desert wasteland, will stanley find zero, read the book to find out. The theme of holes is growing up because stanley is innocent because he didn't steal the shoes, he learning from…

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    Louis Sachar Holes

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    “Holes” by Louis Sachar was published in 1998 from Scholastic Publishing. It has received a Newbury Medal and the National Book Award. The book follows the story of Stanley Yelnats, a poor boy with bad luck due to his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great- grandfather. Stanley is accused of stealing a baseball players shoes that were up for auction at a homeless shelter, a crime he did not commit. He is sent to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile detention camp , for his punishment. The camp is…

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    Holes Have you ever been accused of something that you didn’t do? Well, the book Holes by Louis Sachar is about a young boy named Stanley who ended up being in the wrong place at the wrong time and got accused of something that he didn’t do.The main idea of Holes is about growing up because Stanley shows that he can take responsibility, he has youth, and Zero starts his learning. “I stole it from your truck”(Sachar, page 86). That’s what Stanley said after he got caught with Mr.Sir’s bag of…

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    Sachar, Louis. Holes. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1998. Pgs. 233. The novel “Holes” by Louis Sachar is an adventure and mystery narrative that describes the adventures of Stanley Yelnats at Camp Green Lake. Camp Green Lake is a correctional facility for young boys, and that is where Stanley resides during the novel. It takes place in Green Lake, Texas, during the blistering summer. The leading character of this story is 14-year-old Stanley Yelnats. Stanley is a nice and…

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    The novel Holes by Louis Sachar is a comedy adventure fiction novel that tells the story of Stanley Yelnats in a third person point of view. The setting of this novel takes place in Camp Green Lake which is a juvenile detention center. Once at Camp Green Lake inmates are forced to dig holes through the day. The novel takes place in present day, but deals with a lot of flashbacks that happen through the novel. The main character in the novel is Stanley Yelnats, he is an overweight, shy,…

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    Holes, by Louis Sachar is a story chronicling the experiences of a young boy in the wrong place at the wrong time. Upon being unjustly sentenced, he decides to spend 18 months at “Camp Green Lake” instead of prison. Unfortunately, all does not go to plan for Stanley as it turns out he must dig a hole a day for 18 months in the desert. One question lingers in Stanley’s head. What are they looking for? In the search for a hundred year old treasure, the main character Stanley will make friendships,…

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    In the book holes, by Louis Sachar, Stanley Yelnats and his family are curse with bad because his great-great-grandfather and is sent to camp green lake for punishment, for a crime that he did not do. At this camp Stanley is forced to dig holes in the hot sun. Moving along in the story Stanley gets to know the other boys at the camp but he becomes great friends with one in particular. They become very close and they both run away from the camp. After they run away the set out to what they call…

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