‘The Hunger Games’ is the Millennial generation’s ‘Lord of the Flies.’ However, parts of Suzanne Collins’s acclaimed novel have always felt a little too real.
Sequels rarely do well in the land of books. To celebrate Catching Fire’s publishing birthday, here’s why the Hunger Games sequel is my favorite in the trilogy.
Although The Hunger Games series, by Suzanne Collins, has had many critiques due to its use of intense themes — such as murder, death, starvation, and abuse of power— in a books that are directed for kids as young as twelve years old, it is a fantastic learning tool for tween and teens. Image via Culutreoflifestudies.com The United States is one of the richest countries in the world, and although 13.7 percent of our residents live in poverty, many tweens and teens grow up in wealthy households. Some of them are spoiled and don’t recognize how fortunate they are. …
To celebrate the release of The Hunger Games film take our quiz to find out how well you can spot the differences between the book and the movie!
Today marks the seventh anniversay of the movie premiere for Suzanne Collins’ Catching Fire, the second installment of The Hunger Games trilogy. In honor of the day that the best movie of the series was released, I’m sharing the seven best Peeta quotes to honor the seventh year this amazing story caught fire in our hearts.