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Summary: In the book HOLES Clyde Livingston's baseball shoes were stolen. Due to the incident, Stanley had to go to court. At court, Stanley was sent to Camp Green Lake. Stanley never went to camp before, so he wondered what it would be like. Him and his family blamed all of their bad luck on Stanley's great, great grandfather.
When we first meet Stanley, he is a young innocent boy who is over weight. When he was walking home from school one day, he was minding his own business when all of a sudden he got hit in the head by a pair of sneakers. He had no clue where they came from. At the time, Stanley's father was trying to come up with an invention for a solution for people with smelly sneakers, so Stanley ran home with them. While he was running, the police stopped him. They accused him of stealing a pair of Clyde Livingston's shoes from a charity home. Clyde Livingston was a famous baseball player. Due to the incident, Stanley had to go to court. At court, Stanley was sent to Camp Green Lake. Stanley never went to camp before, so he wondered what it would be like. Him and his family...

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