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Holes
Camp Green Lake is like no other camp. There is no lake - it has been dry for the last 100 years. There are no games, no campfire stories, and no songs. You see, Camp Green Lake is a prison camp - a juvenile detention center - and it is to Camp Green Lake that Stanley Yelnats is sent when he is mistakenly convicted of stealing. There, he must dig a hole five feet long and five feet deep every day, including Saturday and Sunday. But Stanley digs up more than just dirt. He unearths hidden secrets and past mysteries involving many of the characters.

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