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Holes is the story of Stanley Yelnats a young boy that has been sent to Camp Green Lake for something he didnt do He believes his family is under a curse and the curse has come to rest on him However throughout the story we can tell that Stanley is adaptable because he soon made some friends in the camp he quickly learned the rules of the camp and he is becoming like the other boys These facts can be illustrated in the quotes from the book First of all he always cares for others no matter what and thats the main reason he made some friends in the camp For example Stanley agreed that hed give anything he finds to X-Ray even though he knows he might get a day off for it he still gives the chance to X-Ray without getting mad When the Warden was watching them digging holes it happened to be Mr Pendanski saying something wrong to the Warden Stanley didnt want to cause any trouble for Mr Pendanski Stanley didnt know him for too long but still he didnt want Mr Pendanski to be blamed which showed the kindness of him On the other hand Stanley also made a deal with Zero Stanley would teach Zero how to read and Zero would dig part of each hole for him Stanley has respect for others that everyone soon becomes friends with him Meanwhile he quickly learned the rules of the camp in his first few days When hes digging his holes Hed learned to wait until he saw the truck before drinking the last drop Stanley now knows the importance of every drop of the water in his canteen so hed wait until hes sure for his canteen will be filled right away Another example for Stanley learning the rules quickly is that he noticed the fact that X-Ray is the leader of the group If he was
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