1. Describe Camp Green Lake.
Camp Green Lake is at a dried river bed. The camp is for delinquent adolescent boys. The site is over run with snakes, yellow-spotted lizards, and scorpions.
2. How does Stanley handle the fact that he is going to Camp Green Lake?
Stanley takes the news that he is going to Camp Green Lake rather well. Stanley decides to pretend that his time at the camp is actually a camp for rich kids. Stanley tries to make the best out of the situation.
3. Describe Mr. Sir.
Mr. Sir is a counselor at Camp Green Lake. He is very mean, has a tattoo of a rattlesnake, and constantly eats sunflower seeds.
4. Explain what the routine is like at Camp Green Lake.
The boys at Camp Green Lake are divided up into different groups. Each boy must get up at 4:30 a.m., quickly eat breakfast, and begin digging holes before the sun gets too hot. Each day, the boys must dig a hole five feet deep and five feet wide.
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