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Hunger Games Trilogy

Cherry Ames, a Rebel With a Cause, Who Would Surely Shake Up the VA

Joseph Cooper | Posted 07.27.2014 | Books
Joseph Cooper

A 1940s Juvenile Fiction heroine was a "disruptor" - who lowered temperatures, raised spirits, and healed WW II wounded. --------------------------...

Review of The Hunger Games Movie: Catching Fire

Udoka Okafor | Posted 01.24.2014 | Entertainment
Udoka Okafor

The reason why that is so important for the movie catching fire, is that Katniss was able to start a revolution because the citizens of the districts saw a piece of themselves reflected through her, both in her fiery and her fragilities.

What's Up With The Hunger Games' City Bias?

Hunter Stuart | Posted 06.02.2012 | Books
Hunter Stuart

Don't get me wrong -- I have little sympathy for the 1%. But when it comes to revolution, there's a right way and a wrong way to do it. The Hunger Games would have benefited from taking this to heart.

The Hunger Games' Hopeful Vision for the Future

Joan Williams | Posted 05.22.2012 | Entertainment
Joan Williams

There's not a whole lot about the world of The Hunger Games that I'd like to see carried into the future. But it's truly refreshing to see a world where gender isn't a restrictive category.

Behind The 'Hunger Games' Marketing Campaign

Posted 05.19.2012 | Entertainment

Adapting a bestselling young-adult novel to the big screen makes things a bit simpler from an advertising standpoint: Filmmakers already have a built-...

In Defense of The Hunger Games

Ellen Siminoff | Posted 12.12.2011 | Books
Ellen Siminoff

Even if we don't agree with what the book says or find the material disturbing, sometimes having a controversial subject can inspire discussion in our homes and our classrooms.

'Hunger Games' Movie

mediabistro.com | Maryann Yin on Sep 21, 2010 10:23 AM | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

At the moment, directors being considered include Sam Mendes (Revolutionary Road), David Slade (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), and Susanna White (Nanny ...

It's All About The Horror of War in Suzanne Collins' 'Mockingjay' and Patrick Ness's 'Monsters of Men'

Monica Edinger | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Monica Edinger

Reading about war, reading about young people in war, reading about the realness of combat and armed conflict is a journey into the heart of darkness. It is not for the faint-of-heart.

'Mockingjay' Midnight Launch Frenzy

AP | HILLEL ITALIE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

NEW YORK — Author Suzanne Collins, her gentle smile and soft features framed by waves of blond hair, looked out upon hundreds of fans crowded in...