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Holling Hoodhood is a 7th grader that lives in a 'perfect' house, having an architect as a father
Holling's father is the owner of the Hoodhood and Associates and that is why his father wants everything to look good
At school, Holling, being a Presbyterian, is all alone when the north side (Jewish) of Holling's town heads to a Hebrew school and the south side (Catholic) heading to catechism classes.
Therefore, Holling is stuck with Mrs.Baker every Wednesday and he is convinced that Mrs. Baker hates him. After several incidents, Mrs.Baker makes Holling read Shakespeare every Wednesday.
At first, he thinks the reading is punishment. However, as he continues on reading he finds the books interesting. He, later on, plays the role of a fairy for a Shakespeare play.
Mrs.Baker further helps Holling by taking him to a Yankees game, helping him practice in running (she was an Olympic runner) and helping him gain more confidence.
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