He failed to realize this and immigrated to America where bizarre things continued to happen all his life as a result of the curse.
Explain the relationship between Stanley Yelnats and his family.
How does this relationship differ from the other kids shown at camp?
If it were not for his family curse, he would never have gone Camp Green Lake at all.
His curse manages to always have him and his family in the wrong place at the wrong time.
In what way could Stanley's family relationship have been better?
Does she treat the children better or the counselors?
It turned out that the shoes were donated to a homeless shelter to raise money.
The main theme in this novel is Stanley's family curse that called upon them by his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather.
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.