Holes Louis Sachar Fiction
Holes is about a boy named Stanley Yelnats. Stanley has been sent to camp green lake (a juvenile center). He was arrested, and later guilty for stealing a pair of shoes. Back at school, there was a bully named Derrick Dunne. Derrick used to torment Stanley. The teachers never took Stanley’s complaints seriously, because Derrick was so much smaller than Stanley. Some teachers even seemed to find it weird that a little boy like Derrick could pick on someone as big as Stanley. On the day Stanley was arrested, Derrick had taken Stanley’s notebook and after a long game of come and get it, Derrick finally dropped it in the toilet in the boys’ restroom. By the time Stanley retrieved it he had missed his bus and had to walk home. It was while he was walking home, carrying his wet notebook, with the job of having to copy the ruined pages that were messed up, that the sneakers fell from the sky. He didn’t know what they were or whom they were from so he kept them. Then Stanley heard sirens and ran, he didn’t know why he ran but he kept on running.
Later Stanley found out that the shoes belonged to Clyde Livingston A.K.A sweet feet, his favorite pro athlete. He also found out that the shoes were going to a homeless shelter. So Stanley was in trouble. The judge gave him a choice. “You can go to camp green lake, or to jail”. Stanley never had been to camp before so he chose camp.
Stanley then was on the bus for 8 hours. When he got to camp green lake there was no lake, there wasn’t any grass all there wasn’t anything but empty space. Then Stanley went to the Warden; the rules were presented to him there. He was to do dig a hole 5 feet in diameter and 5 feet deep. But there really was one rule don’t mess with the warden. He was introduced to his tent then he started digging hole first thing every morning af...
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...when Stanley did the same thing that Madame Zeroni said he broke the curse. They ate onions and drunk water while they were up there, remember yellow spotted lizards don’t like onions. When Stanley put all of the clues together he remembered the hole he found the tube of lipstick in and dug around it and found the treasure. Yellow spotted lizard was all around it but still they ate onions. The warden caught them and thanked them for there help, and Mr. Pendanski pointed out that Stanley’s lawyer came the day before and found out that he was innocent. The next morning the lizards still haven’t made a scratch but then Stanley’s lawyer came to get Stanley. As soon as Stanley came out because the Warden lied on him, and after that the warden wanted they treasure but she couldn’t because it said his name on it and it was his property but Stanley couldn’t leave zero so they were looking for his file but the warden threw it out he ran away. So when there wasn’t a file it was a little weird to the lawyer so they just took him and he hired a team of private investigators to find her. When they did they lived next to each other and that’s the story of holes.
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