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Ø Wenn man einen schlechten Jungen jeden Tag in der hei en Sonne ein Loch graben l sst, wird aus ihm schlie lich ein guter Junge So lautet die herrschende Philosophie im Camp Green Lake, einer Jugendstrafanstalt, in der es weder einen gr nen See noch fr hliche Sommerfreizeitler gibt An der Stelle des einst gr ten Sees von Texas befindet sich heute eine trockene, flache und von der Sonne ausgedorrte Ein de, bers t mit unz hligen, v llig gleichen L chern, die von Jungen gegraben wurden, um ihren Charakter zu verbessern Stanley Yelnats, mit seinem palindromischen Namen und ungl ckseligen Stammbaum, landete in Camp Green Lake, weil es als die bessere Alternative zum Gef ngnis erschien Unabh ngig davon, dass seine Verurteilung auf der Grundlage einer falschen Indentifizierung beruht, hat sich die Yelnats Familie l ngst an eine lange Familiengeschichte der Gl cklosigkeit gew hnt, dank ihres elenden Tunichtgut und Schweinediebs von Ururgro vaterTrotz seiner Unschuld, wird Stanley rasch in die Routine von Camp Green Lake eingebunden vor Sonnenaufgang aufstehen, um ein Loch von f nf Fu Durchmesser und f nf Fu Tiefe zu graben lernen, wie man mit der Horde von Jungs in Gruppe D zurechtkommt, die nach einem Herr der Fliegen Muster gestrickt zu sein scheinen und sich vor der W rterin f rchten, die sich ihre Fingern gel mit Klapperschlangengift lackiert Als Stanley aber dahinterkommt, dass die Jungs m glicherweise nicht nur zur Verbesserung ihres Charakters L cher graben, sondern weil die W rterin etwas ganz Bestimmtes sucht, wird die Handlung genauso heftig wie die Ironie Dies ist eine seltsame Geschichte, sie ist aber auch auf seltsame Weise bezwingend und sch n Mit pokergesichtiger Untertreibung schafft Louis Sachar eine bizarre, jedoch glaubw rdige Welt, in der sich Major Major Major Major von Catchso richtig zu Hause f hlen w rde Aber obwohl die Geschichte vor Humor und Absurdem nur so strotzt, zeigt sie auch ein tiefes Verst ndnis f r die Bedeutung von Freundschaft wie auch ein gl hendes Mitgef hl f r die Schw cheren der Gesellschaft Als Stanley unbewusst beginnt, sein Schicksal zu erf llen die zwei Handlungen der Geschichte laufen zusammen, um zu zeigen, dass das Schicksal gro e Pl ne auf Lager hat kommen wir nicht umhin, den Guten zuzujubeln, und all den Yelnats, wo immer sie auch sindBragien Davis One of the best books ever Gets better every time, too Read it aloud to my kids aged 7, 10, 14, they couldn t get enough One of the best books ever Gets better every time, too Read it aloud to my kids aged 7, 10, 14, they couldn t get enough I am very sad that I never read this as a young person, because I think that I would have loved it eventhan I do now I think that it probably would have blown my mind I have to applaud Louis Sachar for being so courageous in a children s novel.Effortlessly weaving together the past, present, and ancient history of these characters, Mr Sachar examines the impact of our history and the nature of hope and human compassion, all while maintaining a light, humorous quality This is a book for I am very sad that I never read this as a young person, because I think that I would have loved it eventhan I do now I think that it probably would have blown my mind I have to applaud Louis Sachar for being so courageous in a children s novel.Effortlessly weaving together the past, present, and ancient history of these characters, Mr Sachar examines the impact of our history and the nature of hope and human compassion, all while maintaining a light, humorous quality This is a book for children, but one that never speaks down to children It is both mature and youthful.Stanley is tried and convicted for a crime that he didn t commit, sent to a reform camp for boys, and forced to work day after day in the hot sun digging holes without any hope of aid He s treated callously and unfairly, but he must learn to keep going, get along with the boys around him, and survive This is not a book that promises like so many other children s books do success and rewards for good behavior, for choosing all the right paths That s not what real living, real maturity is all about It s about learning to deal with adversity and tragedy and failure when they come because they will It s about making the right choices even when there are no rewards, no promised successes, simply because they re right Andthan that it s about choosing kindness and compassion, even when everything around you is hard and unfair The only part of this novel that I don t quite like is the ending, which seems to undermine therealistic quality of the rest of the novel I wish that Stanley and Hector could survive happily without a fairy tale ending, because after all of that, they know that they don t need one to be happy But I think that as a child, I would have enjoyed seeing them win the day.Perfect Musical PairingBrett Dennen Darlin Do Not FearThis is a very sweet song about growing up and holding onto hope during the hard times Your confidence is faultless your faith etched in stone and neither could comfort you from the wild unknown So bury your burning hatred like a hatchet in the snow Darlin do not fear what you don t really knowAlso seen on The Readventurer.Stop by for a comparison of this book to the movie version Holes, Louis Sachar Holes is a 1998 young adult mystery comedy novel written by Louis Sachar and first published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux It won the 1998 U.S National Book Award for Young People s Literature and the 1999 Newbery Medal for the year s most distinguished contribution to American literature for children In 2012 it was ranked number 6 among all time children s novels in a survey published by School Library Journal Holes, Louis Sachar Holes is a 1998 young adult mystery comedy novel written by Louis Sachar and first published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux It won the 1998 U.S National Book Award for Young People s Literature and the 1999 Newbery Medal for the year s most distinguished contribution to American literature for children In 2012 it was ranked number 6 among all time children s novels in a survey published by School Library Journal 2009 1379 280 964417335 1381 1382 1388 9789644173356 1389 20 1383 186 1393 227 9786007058114 1396 1392 248 9789648559132 13921999 1999 This book is such a great STORY It s incredibly unrealistic, but also wonderfully thought out There are so many things that connect and trickle down through the generations of multiple families, which makes no sense most of the time but BOY is it ever fun I m pretty sure I read this as a kid, but it was just as great as an adult.