A) a cool, shady lake with shade trees surrounding it
B) a big dry lake where rattlesnakes and scorpions live
C) one of the largest lakes in Texas
A) yellow-spotted lizard
A) work at the community center for the entire summer or go to Camp Green Lake
B) complete 60 hours of community service or go to Camp Green Lake
C) complete 60 hours of community service or go to jail
D) go to jail or go to Camp Green Lake
A) Camp Fun and Games had soccer and Camp Green Lake had swimming
B) at Camp Fun and Games campers lived in tents and at Camp Green Lake campers lived cabins
C) Camp Fun and Games was imagined and Camp Green Lake was real
B) small and petite
A) a gypsy
B) a farmer
C) an inventor
D) a musician
A) It was spelled the same frontward and backward
B) It was given to him by Kate Barlow.
C) It was the first time anyone in his family had ever been named Stanley.
A) a nice coastal trip
B) a hot nine hour long trip
C) very short, only 15 minutes
D) a two day trip up a winding mountain passageway
A) Mr. Sir ate sunflower seeds in place of smoking.
B) Mr. Sir wanted to be a professional baseball player and baseball players eat sunflower seeds
C) Sunflower seeds were given to Camp Green Lake by the government which made them plentiful.
D) Mr. Sir believed sunflower seeds were good for his health
C) three weeks
D) three days
A) There was no water for 100 miles and so running away would be suicide.
B) Guns were used to shoot runaways
C) Mines were planted around the perimeter of the camp
A) cool clothes
C) extra food and water
A) Will Stanley have trouble digging a five-foot deep hole?
B) Will Stanley's father invent a way to recycle old sneakers?
C) Did Stanley commit the crime for which he was convicted?
D) Will Stanley make friends at Camp Green Lake?
A) There once was a very large lake here, the largest lake in Texas.
B) The campers are forbidden to lie in the hammock.
C) During the summer the daytime temperature hovers around ninety-five degrees in the shade-if you can find any shade
D) The only trees are two old oaks on the eastern edge of the "lake".
A) Stanley was not a bad kid.
B) Stanley's father was also named Stanley Yelnats.
C) When Stanley was younger he used to play with stuffed animals and pretend the animals were at camp.
D) Stanley Yelnats was the only passenger on the bus, not counting the driver or the guard.