The main character, Stanley Yelnats was sent there innocently, unlike his friends that he met at there.
He was walking under a freeway overpass when a pair of shoes owned by a famous baseball player named Clyde Livingston fell on his head.
Whenever something goes bad around his family they need to have somebody to blame, and they blame his great-great-grandfather as a family joke.
The definition for Inference is an activity where you bring outside knowledge to understand the text.
To begin with, Stanley is from a poor family and his father seems to be as unlucky as he is, “Stanley’s father was smart and had a lot of perseverance… In addition, Stanley is friendless, both at home and at school. His weight is also a sensitive topic for Stanley, one which other kids at school tease him about.
His teacher once made an insensitive example of it.
Sir and Stanley's stand off regarding the water and what it's really about.
Pendanski willing to take the abuse dished out by the warden? Pendanski insist on treating Zero like he was stupid?
Explain the relationship between Stanley Yelnats and his family.
How does this relationship differ from the other kids shown at camp?