Holes Project-Zander Overly

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action #1
  • Rising Action #2
  • Stanley Yelnats (a bullied over weight kid) is going to a place called Camp Green Lake . This is the place where people send bad kids to build "character". (Meaning to dig a hole everyday).Stanley was sent because people thought he stole Clyde Livingston's (a famous baseball player) shoes.
  • Climax
  • When Stanley was there he met Hector Zeroni otherwise known as Zero. Stanley started to teach him how to read and write . This got Zero to talk to Stanley and start a friendship. One Day Zero ran away because he doesn't want to dig anymore holes. Later Stanley runs away to find Zero.
  • Falling Action
  • Stanley found Zero under a boat after a long time. Zero found a liquid that Zero called sploosh. Zero gets sick because of the sploosh and they went to a mountain that Stanley called God's thumb. The mountain had onions that they survived on and the onions helped Zero.
  • Denouement
  • Once Zero got better Stanley started to plot with Zero to go and dig one more hole. He wanted to dig one more hole because it was the hole that had the thing the warden was looking for. Once they got back to the camp stanley dug and found a suitcase with his name on it. The warden found them and in the hole was yellow spotted lizards.
  • Still in the hole Stanley saw a car coming with his lawyer and the texas Texas attorney general. The lawyer talks to Stanley about his dad making a foot odor pure fume. Zero is taken with Stanley because they couldn't find his files.
  • The suitcase had papers worth 2,000 and jewls worth nothing. They split the money and Zero got an investigator group and Stanley built a house for his family. The pure fume was called sploosh because it smelt like peaches.
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