This is a great book read it then watch the movie I read this book in a week and it's very long!!!

This is a great book read it then watch the movie I read this book in a week and it's very long!!!

i cannot take Gus seriously...I feel like he is going to do a witty comeback even though I know its supposed to be romantic...

i cannot take Gus seriously...I feel like he is going to do a witty comeback even though I know its supposed to be romantic...

it's funny because dule was actually in that movie. Holes/Psych/Love

it's funny because dule was actually in that movie. Holes/Psych/Love

I loved this movie. This is honestly the point where I went from absolutely hating him as an actor to loving him

I loved this movie. This is honestly the point where I went from absolutely hating him as an actor to loving him

“No one cares about Hector Zeroni.” “I do.” Holes, 2003. WE ALL CARED ABOUT HECTOR

“No one cares about Hector Zeroni.” “I do.” Holes, 2003. WE ALL CARED ABOUT HECTOR

Quotes From Holes. QuotesGram

Quotes From Holes. QuotesGram

Holes │ loved this movie!

Holes │ loved this movie!

You've got to go and dig those holes,  with broken hands and whithered soles,  emancipated from all you know,  you've got to go and dig those holes

You've got to go and dig those holes, with broken hands and whithered soles, emancipated from all you know, you've got to go and dig those holes

Pretty much. This is what the characters would say to me ~the selection series~ ~ red queen~ ~ the jewel series~ ~HARRY POTTER~

Pretty much. This is what the characters would say to me ~the selection series~ ~ red queen~ ~ the jewel series~ ~HARRY POTTER~

Watching a movie after reading the book is a wonderful way to encourage students to think critically about how each medium presented roughly the same information. Here are some questions to ask: Think about the setting of the book. Did the setting in the movie look like you had imagined it (Good ones for this are Harry Potter, Holes, Narnia, and Where the Wild Things

Comparing the Book to the Movie

Watching a movie after reading the book is a wonderful way to encourage students to think critically about how each medium presented roughly the same information. Here are some questions to ask: Think about the setting of the book. Did the setting in the movie look like you had imagined it (Good ones for this are Harry Potter, Holes, Narnia, and Where the Wild Things

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