Teen, 15 years old Written by kisson April 9, not rated for age Must Read!!! The book tells the story of a young boy who gets convicted of stealing a pair of shoes. The shoes belong to a famous runner and were going to be auctioned off as a charity fundraiser. The money was going to be donated to the poor. This young boy, named Stanley Yelnats, has to go to Camp Green Lake and dig one five by five hole per day as a punishment for his crime. The pain and sacrifice that Stanley goes through to help save his best friend at the camp, Zero, shows the reader the power of mind over matter and to never give up. These are two of many themes that the reader will learn throughout this work of fiction. The item that Stanley finds at the end of the book makes up for all the pain and sacrifice he endured during his stay at Camp Green Lake. This book provides entertainment along with a lot of suspense.
Charge Teach This Lesson After reading Holes, use these questions to start a discussion with your students about the book. You can also use a few of these questions as writing prompts. In what ways is the saying You can't judge a book as a result of its cover a good one designed for this story? For example, what accomplish you expect Camp Green Lake en route for be like based on its name? What is it really like? Can you repeat that? do you think the title Holes means? What might be another aim other than the holes the boys dig in the lake? What abyss or holes is in Stanley's animation when he first arrives at Base camp Green Lake?
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