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Holes (Holes, #1) Stanley Tries To Dig Up The Truth In This Inventive And Darkly Humorous Tale Of Crime And Punishment And Redemption Ages 10 Stanley Yelnats Is Under A Curse A Curse That Began With His No Good Dirty Rotten Pig Stealing Great Great Grandfather And Has Since Followed Generations Of Yelnats Now Stanley Has Been Unjustly Sent To A Boys Detention Center, Camp Green Lake, Where The Warden Makes The Boys Build Character By Spending All Day, Every Day, Digging Holes Five Feet Wide And Five Feet Deep It Doesn T Take Long For Stanley To Realize There S Than Character Improvement Going On At Camp Green Lake The Boys Are Digging Holes Because The Warden Is Looking For Something Stanley Tries To Dig Up The Truth In This Inventive And Darkly Humorous Tale Of Crime And Punishment And Redemption.

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  • Paperback
  • 233 pages
  • Holes (Holes, #1)
  • Louis Sachar
  • English
  • 06 May 2019
  • 0439244196

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About the Author: Louis Sachar

Louis Sachar pronounced Sacker , born March 20, 1954, is an American author of children s books.

10 thoughts on “Holes (Holes, #1)

  1. says:

    I am very sad that I never read this as a young person, because I think that I would have loved it eventhan I do now I think that it probably would have blown my mind I have to applaud Louis Sachar for being so courageous in a children s novel.Effortlessly weaving together the past, present, and ancient history of these characters, Mr Sachar examines the impact of o...

  2. says:

    No wonder this book has got a Newberry Award Its 200 something pages of pure awesomeness By beautifully executing such an ingenious concept, Louis Sachar has made me his fan.Stanley Yelnats is an over sized preteen who is falsely accused of stealing He is provided with the option to choose between jail and camp green lake Stanley is not well of, and has never been to camp, so his choice is obvious Unfortunately though, Camp green lake is not the usual camp He gets his fair share of adventu No wonder this book has got a Newberry Award Its 200 something pages of pure awesomeness By beautifully executing such an ingenious concept, Louis Sachar has made me his fan.Stanley Yelnats is an over sized preteen who is falsely accused of stealing He is provided with the option to choose between jail and camp green lake Stanley is not well of, and has never been to camp, so his choice is obvious Unfortunately though, Camp green lake is not the usual camp He gets his fair share of adventure from the camp, only it comes in totally unexpected ways.What I liked best was the flow of the novel Stanley is a narrator one can sympathize with Him being not whinny comes as a welcome relief Even in the face of grave danger, he remains his calm self with his dry sense of humor, blaming his no good dirty rotten pig stealin...

  3. says:

    This book is so much fun I used to take clippings from magazines with book reviews, found an old clipping about this book cleaning up the house recently and thought mmm let s read this one Timing was impeccable I went through an explosive challenging period of really hard work and high pressure in the office and this book made me look forward to reading if only a few pages when coming home A quirky funny story about a boy called Stanley who is sent to Green Camp Lake , a boy s detenti This book is so much fun I used to take clippings from magazines with b...

  4. says:

    Funny story I m trying to shelve this book, and can t remember if it had been banned but I thought it had google confirmed At the same time, my friend Allison and I are chatting on Google Chat, and she starts ranting about how ridiculous book banning is an opinion with which I agree wholeheartedly Anyway, the conversation went like this me Is Holes a banned book I can t rememberallison dunno the whole concept of banned books is stupid I mean, you could find a reason to gripe abo Funny story I m trying to shelve this book, and can t remember if it had been banned but I thought it had google confirmed At the same time, my friend Allison and I are chatting on Google Chat, and she starts ranting about how ridiculous book banning is an opinion with which I agree wholeheartedly Anyway, the conversation went like this me Is Holes a banned book I can t rememberallison dunno the whole concept of banned books is stupid I mean, you could find a reason...

  5. says:

    Love the story of the curse.

  6. says:

    I knew of a friend who lost everything when her father started digging holes You see, her dad was a treasure hunter And to be a treasure hunter, you are supposed to be well equipped and with good manpower You must also be in possession of a reliable map and a lot of time You also need a lot of money to be able to acquire all the above things Unfortunately, my friend s father only acquired a fake map, swindlers for company and equipment worth nothing when you re digging the wrong hole Littl I knew of a friend who lost everything when her father started digging holes You see, her dad was a treasure hunter And to be a treasure hunter, you are supposed to be well equipped and with good manpower You must also be in possession of a reliable map and a lot of time You also need a lot of money to be able to acquire all the above things Unfortunately, my friend s father only acquired a fake map, swindlers for company and equipment worth nothing when you re digging t...

  7. says:

    Holes, Louis Sachar Holes is a 1998 young adult mystery comedy novel written by Louis Sachar and first published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux It won the 1998 U.S National Book Award for Young People s Literature and the 1999 Newbery Medal for the year s most distinguished contribution to American literature for children In 2012 it was ranked number 6 among all time children s novels in a survey published by School Library Journal Holes, Louis Sachar Holes is a 1998 young adult mystery comedy novel written by Louis Sachar and first published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux It won the 1998 U.S National Book Award...

  8. says:

    3.75

  9. says:

    I m not sure exactly when it happened, but it seems I m no longer absolutely cool in my daughter s eyes I could understand if her particular issues with me were current fashion or the things to do while hanging out with friends, but books BOOKS Oh, the pain I don t say anything about the girly girl preteen drivel she loves to read after all, I occasionally read girly girl grownup drivel and I recommend a wide range of books while keeping in mind she doesn t have the same penchant for s I m not sure exactly when it happened, but it seems I m no longer absolutely cool in my daughter s eyes I could ...

  10. says:

    I was picking up some books at the resale shop and for some reason found myself browsing in the children s books It seemed like the usual fare at first, some Dr Seuss, a mangy copy of a Clifford book, a few ratty Choose Your Own Adventure paperbacks, Hugh Hefner s autobiography, some smut called The Very Virile Viking , and Pimp by Iceberg Slim Tucked amongst all this tawdry trash was something called Holes , which seemed to make sense sandwiched between Pimp and Hef s life saga I soon I was picking up some books at the resale shop and for some reason found myself browsing in the children s books It seemed like the ...

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