. After a while, he loses track of how long he's been at the camp.
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In fact every day's hole is the hardest one to dig. Sir is giving him water again, too. Holes was awarded the 1998 National Book Award and the 1999 Newbery Medal, and was adapted into a film by Disney.
Summary Chapter 13 On Stanley's third full day at Camp Green Lake, he decides the third hole is indeed the worst. .
The summary of Holes is a complete study guide for each chapter of the novel, analysis of characters and plot.
In Chapter 7, through flashbacks interwoven with Stanley's digging, we learn the story of Elya Yelnats and the origin of the Yelnats family curse.
"Holes - Chapters 1-3 Summary" eNotes Publishing Ed. A judge sentences him to 18 months in a camp where a tyrannical warden has the boys digging holes that appear random.
Holes was awarded the 1998 National Book Award and the 1999 Newbery Medal, and was adapted into a film by Disney. The Warden is the cruel, authoritarian leader of Camp Green Lake, as well as the owner of the land upon which the camp is situated.
Part 1, Chapter 1.
. . It's now a camp for "bad boys," where the boys dig holes every day.
. . Stanley Yelnats is the only passenger on the bus to Camp Green Lake. But he is miserable, hot, and thirsty. Stanley Yelnats is the only passenger on the bus to Camp Green Lake.
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This is apt because the setting plays such a large role in Holes.
Previously in Chapters 13-16 of Holes by Louis Sachar.
Pendanski asks the boys what they want to do as a career after leaving the camp, and Zero says he likes digging holes.
There's no real camp or lake at Camp Green Lake.