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Hunger Games
Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
16-year-old Katniss Everdeen regards it as a death sentence when she is forced to represent her district in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV. But Katniss has been close to death before and survival, for her, is second nature.
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Kshakal
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Starting this with my 8th graders today!!! #teachersoflitsy

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Bookworm1987
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WINNING WILL MAKE YOU FAMOUS.
LOSING MEANS CERTAIN DEATH.

Currently reading this by Suzanne Collins. #suzannecollins #thehungergames #thehungergamesbooks

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geodynamical
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Got the 3 book collection for Christmas. Just read the first chapter...

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Dystopian

August 15, 2019 - September 1, 2019.

I chose this book because it was recommended to me.

Prim Katniss' 12-year-old sister is selected as one of the tributes in a twist of fate. Prim katniss volunteered over his sister to fight for survival in the hunger games. During the battle, they've lost many teammates. Although, at the end, instead of having one winner, both Katniss and Peeta were declared as the winners of the Hunger Games.

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JohnBryan.Lrca
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Genre: Young Adventure Fiction
Date Started: December 18,2019
Date Completed: N/A
pages: 374
How did you choose this book: This book was recommended by a friend of mine.

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The first Hunger Games book, this novel is where the games begin. It talks about the main character, Katniss Everdeen. A 16 years old girl who lives in a future, post-apocalyptic nation of Panem, this is made up of in total 13 so called district with its powerful capital that takes hold of everything, including The Hunger Games.
Genre: Science fiction
Date started: 9/1/19
Date finished:9/9/19
Why I chose it: It was the first novel I ever read.

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MarkusLibanan
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Currently 👓

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Genre: Action fiction, drama, science fiction
Book started: 11/21/19
Book completed: 11/29/19
Chosen:Watched the movie
Summary:Katniss volunteered as a female tribute for her sister in the hunger games. Her and Peeta (who was chosen has the boy tribute) have to work together to fight and kill the other 12 districts. It‘s live on television and every citizen must watch until there‘s a final tribute winner to compete in the next hunger game n win

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RosaS
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My #reread of this book went by faster than I thought it would because I had forgotten how unputdownable it is. The story sucked me in just like it did when I first read it. Absolutely still love it!

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TheDailyBook
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins

Are you, are you
Coming to the tree
They strung up a man
They say who murdered three
Strange things did happen here
No stranger would it be
If we met at midnight
In the hanging tree
Are you, are you
Coming to the tree
Where dead man called out
For his love to flee
Strange things did happen here
No stranger would it be
If we met at midnight
In the hanging tree

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TheDailyBook
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“Destroying things is much easier than making them”
-Katniss Everdeen

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TheDailyBook
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This Book Is an amazing page-turner and will always keep you on your feet! I would recommend it to anyone who is probably above the age of eleven unless you are an experienced reader, also read this book if you want to be seduced by the book, this is the book for you!

TheDailyBook If You like this book you should read, No Safety in Numbers! 2mo
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LibrarianRyan
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Bookwormjillk 😂😂😂 2mo
hes7 😂🤣 2mo
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RosaS
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It‘s travel time again! This time I‘m at the airport waiting for a very late plane. I finally gave in and started my #reread of The Hunger Games and I have to say I‘m really enjoying the experience again! #waiting

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How have I not read this book before! I absolutely loved it! I was hooked from the first page to the last. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Reagan It‘s so good! The whole trilogy is outstanding. 2mo
bliophile I cant believe it has taken me thus long to read it!! Xx 2mo
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Abi M
Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins

Genre: Fiction
Date Started: 11. 20. 2019
Date Completed: 11. 26. 2019
How did you choose this book: I really enjoyed the Hunger Games movies so I wanted to read the books.
Write a brief summary of the novel: -

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“you don‘t forget the face of the person who was your last hope.“

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Literary.Gem37
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I must say this book was way better than what I assumed. I am beyond eager to listen to the next one. But I must say through it all my favorite character was Rue. I hoped that's how it's spelled considering I listened via audiobook. It's a shame Rue had to die, and so now we know the ones that dies turn into beast.

LibrarianRyan It is good. I remember being in the theater and you could tell the people who read the book and who hadn't because it was such a big deal when Rue dies. But in the movie it was just a blip. 2mo
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Literary.Gem37
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Finally able to grab this book to read. I am hoping it is worth the grab... Then I will watch the movie..

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JRone
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The New York Times Best Seller, The Hunger Games is a SF written by Suzanne Collins. It is a great book for an IR. The Hunger Games are a yearly event where they gather 24 children between the ages of 12-18 to fight to the death. Katniss Everdeen volunteers for her younger sister Prim and now has to kill people in order to stay alive. Can she win these games or will she suffer and die like her fellow tributes? #UCFLAE3414F19

JRone UDL strategy 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols would be perfect to help with some of the vocab words in the book children might not recognize. ESOL strategy #17 Provide contextual support through audio, visuals, models,
demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions would help an ESOL student have multiple ways to understand some of the text they might not get. The movie could also help here!
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JRone https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/jeremy-rinkel/hunger-games-novel-... has pre-reading, during reading, and post-reading activities for students! 2mo
Alexush This is a great read group book. My mom, myself and my grandmother read this together and i loved it. 2mo
DrSpalding Excellent detail in your concise yet thorough post about this engaging book which is a series. This certainly is not for elementary age students but could be used in middle and 2mo
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AlyssaB
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The Hunger Games written by Suzanne Collins is a SF novel that would be a great LC or IR in your classroom. The book is about a young girl named Katniss Everdeen and 23 other kids who fight for their life to survive the Hunger Games, only one is allowed to come out alive. Award: Hal Clement Award

AlyssaB An UDL strategy would be 7.3 minimize threats and distraction. An ESOL strategy would be 3 encourage self-talk. A great resource would be http://teacher.scholastic.com/resources/hunger-games-for-teachers/ which gives resources on all three books. #UCFLAE3414F19 2mo
DrSpalding This is truly science-fiction at its best however it is not for elementary age students. Scholastic is a high-quality resource and I recommend this being used in the middle school grade levels. 1mo
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SiriGuruDevSingh
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Day 8: H❤️

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TristanPool
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Winning the Hal Clement and Dorothy Canfield Fisher awards, The Hunger Games book 1 is a SF novel that is near and dear to my heart and I feel would be a great addition to an elementary classroom. Revolving around a girl named Katniss who lives in District 12 under the Capital‘s rule in a nation that lies in the ruins of North America, readers follow her journey taken as she volunteers as tribute in a “fight to the death” match. #UCFLAE3414F19

TristanPool This book would be best used as a LC to promote a deeper understanding of the book‘s text features. UDL 3.2 with EL 6 would be a great pair to use for the LC as the students are presented with highlighted features and the teacher can continually monitor student comprehension. 3mo
TristanPool https://www.lacoe.edu/portals/0/lacoe/jcs/hunger%20games%20curr.%20guide.pdf is a great resource to use as it provides a weekly lesson overview aligned with standards that can be easily transformed and transferred to an elementary classroom. 3mo
DrSpalding Like the divergent series, the series is certainly not for elementary age students but truly makes you think! Quality middle and high school reads! 1mo
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Jager
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This book was a great book I would rate it 5/10 I would highly recommend this to anyone who like book about action/adventure this book is about a girl named Katniss Everdeen who lives alone with her mother and little sister . In the beginning of the book it talks about the reaping the reaping is where they pick out a random name for the girls and the boy to fight to the death in the games.the mood of the book is happy and sad this is a great book

MissYaremcio Good review Jager! Make sure you include the right parts of the assignment in your next post (you included the mood instead of pacing)! 3mo
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ChrisC
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This is a science fiction about a girl named Katniss Everdeen and her fight for survival as she and 23 other kids fight to the death in the hunger games. This would be a great book to use for a dramatic reenactment to use in a middle or high school setting. #ucflae3414f19

ChrisC A good ELL strategy would be to place language in meaningful context so a student become successful language learners. The UDL principle to use would be 3.3 guide information processing, visualization, and manipulation to help with comprehension. 3mo
DrSpalding Many of your books recently have been for middle or high school students. Make sure you continue reading books for elementary students being that is your program area. 2mo
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SCDWriter
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Ive read this book about 9 times and the story never ceases to be deep and thoughtful. Realistic chatacters and a utterly disturbing look at how people can be divided.

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Reader93
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I've been to the future, the past, to places far away, and those down the road. I've been to a land of fantasy, of magic, of romance and of sin...and I will keep wondering and do it over and over again.

brit91 True!🙂 3mo
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Well done! This was absolutely the best book I‘ve ever read. The book is about a girl named Katniss who has to go in the hunger games... and battles people from other districts. It‘s filled with romance and action. I can‘t say more because I would spoil it for sure. I would recommend this to anyone. Everyone must read this because it‘s SO good! I can‘t wait to read the next two books. I would rate this a 10/10.

Cfischbuch One of my all time favourites. I hope it will be one of yours too. 3mo
Solbrewerton Yeah it was fantastic 3mo
AidenFletcher Lets go bro! And you profile picture is a very good one. 👌 2mo
Solbrewerton I know. I love my profile pic. 2mo
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Scochrane26
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Was trying to find something that is from a different series than ones I‘ve already used for #gory. All of these characters died in the first book. Marvel‘s death was quick, but the rest were gory, esp in the book. This series has a lot of horrific deaths (RIP Finnick).
#scarathlon #chillingphotochallenge @Clwojick
#teamslaughter

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Brithomas17
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1. Hunger game series
2. 30 rock. re-watch it all the time
3. Nope, not a huge baseball fan
4. Shrimp boil (shrimp, corn on the cob, golden potatoes, asparagus, and sausage) absolutely delic
5. Nope, not unless he has to for work

@Eggs #friyayintro

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swishandflick
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A forthcoming Hunger Games prequel? Say what now?!

Tera66 What?! Shut the front door! 4mo
swishandflick @Tera66 I know, right?! 😱 4mo
Lina.jam OMG! I‘m so excited! I love those books!! 3mo
SCDWriter Next year is too long lol. I wonder who the protagonist will be. 3mo
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Rachel.Rencher
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I am fangirling so hard right now. 😍 Do you guys think this one will be as good as the others?

Branwen 🤤😲😍 It already looks amazing! 4mo
8little_paws is this a sequel? Prequel? different characters or same? 4mo
Rachel.Rencher @8little_paws Prequel... it's like 65 or 75 years before the hunger games where we meet Katniss, so it'll be different characters. 4mo
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8little_paws @rachel.rencher cool thanks for the info! 4mo
Buechersuechtling Thank you for sharing the revealed cover. I‘m sure @ReadingOverSleeping will be interested, too. 🙂 4mo
Buechersuechtling @Rachel.Rencher But no, honestly, I can‘t imagine that this will be as captivating as the trilogy was for me. As far as I read there shall be a moral component to it like “How do we want to live? Who are we and what do we consider necessary to survive?” but at the moment I really can‘t see how this can lead to an overall enthralling story when it‘s – again – mainly set in a Hunger-Games-Arena … 🤷🏽‍♀️ 4mo
GingerAntics I enjoyed the trilogy, so I‘ll probably give it a shot. 4mo
ReadingOverSleeping @Buechersuechtling thank you!! ❤️❤️ 4mo
ReadingOverSleeping @Buechersuechtling I agree with this but I'll definitely read it regardless lol! 4mo
Buechersuechtling @ReadingOverSleeping Oh yeah, you bet I read it. 😃 Of course I do. 4mo
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eanderson
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Oh goodness! 😱 I‘m really excited for this prequel!

LaurenELovesToRead I was surprised they hadn‘t done this sooner! 4mo
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DID YOU GUYS KNOW OR AM I LATE?

rather_be_reading WAIT WHAT?!!!! 4mo
Stephuhhnieee @rather_be_reading Right? It‘s apparently going to be a prequel! I guess how Panem became Panem. 4mo
Bookwormjillk I knew at one point but I forgot so thanks for the reminder! 4mo
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ReadingOverSleeping
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Ummm excuse me?!

rather_be_reading NO WAY! 4mo
Buechersuechtling Yeah, I feel the same. I mean, what do they mean❓ I did a quick research and it seems there will be a fourth volume. No sequel but a prequel to the “Hunger Games”. The story shall be set 64 years before the plot so far and tell about the “Dark Era” – a period of an unsuccessful rebellion in Panem. (Which I don‘t remember to have read about in the trilogy. Did I just forget❓🤔) But anyway, thanks a lot for your post. 4mo
cherinium I vaguely remember seeing something about that a while ago. Pretty sure it's supposed to be a prequel. 4mo
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Buechersuechtling @ReadingOverSleeping @rather_be_reading Here‘s the link I found my information on. I‘m sorry but it‘s in German 🇩🇪. https://www.google.de/amp/s/rp-online.de/kultur/buch/tribute-von-panem-suzanne-c... 4mo
ReadingOverSleeping @rather_be_reading @cherinium @Buechersuechtling it is a prequel and it'll be released next year! I wish I didn't hear about it till then tho ... Lol 4mo
Buechersuechtling @ReadingOverSleeping I know exactly what you mean. Since your post yesterday I feel quite the same. 😂 4mo
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A prequel to the triology was announced andirons not sure how I feel about this since it‘s been years from when the last book was written and when the last movie was released.

Maybe I am feeling this way cause I‘m reading The Testaments now and if you‘ve read The Testaments maybe you know what I‘m talking about.

What do you feel about this?

pilardib I'm curious to say the least. I really enjoyed the first and second books of the trilogy. And I also love prequels so... let's see :P 4mo
cherinium I know what you mean about The Testaments. I felt like it ruined the scary, mysterious vibe of Offred's story by answering too many questions. I think I'm more ok with this since it's a prequel, though. (Also, it's been many years since this world was visited on screen.) There's something different about that than a sequel that wasn't needed clearly written just to profit off the success of a tv show. 4mo
That-Bookish-Hiker @cherinium you make some good points and have changed my mind. This is what I love about litsy! I was on the fence because I was thinking “it‘s been so long!” But you make such an excellent point when you say it has been years since the movie so this doesn‘t feel like a new release just for profits. 4mo
That-Bookish-Hiker @pilardib let‘s hope it‘s good! 🤞🏼 4mo
cherinium @That-Bookish-Hiker Well, changing your mind was not my intention, but I agree that Litsy is a great platform for us to express our differing opinions. And if it does result in changed minds, there's nothing wrong with that! Having a mind open to change is so rare these days. I suppose we'll just have to wait and see if this new glimpse into Panem is worthwhile! 💕 4mo
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Verity Is it wrong that I‘m still angry about the way book three turned out? 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Verity nope! I feel the same way about Allegiant too! 4mo
Eggs Perfect 👌🏼 4mo
SarahHarts_books I hated book three. I loved the other two! 4mo
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jenniferw88 Good one! Didn't even cross my mind... 4mo
Leftcoastzen Nice! 4mo
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Lina.jam
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I absolutely adored the book The Hunger Games. It really was amazing there was lots of detail and I was really focused on it. Of course the Hunger Games is my favourite book of all time and I recommend that you read it.

MissYaremcio Is this the post for your Litsy assignment? 4mo
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A page turner and suspense filled teen book that makes the reader think about the tiered lives of the haves and have nots. As well the injustices of being born in the wrong district

Brithomas17 One of my favorite ✌🏻 (close as I can get to their salute lol) 5mo
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thegirlwiththelibrarybag
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Hahahahahaha.

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Mamafoshay
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What's your fav series? At the moment mine would be hunger games. I am attempting Harry Potter now

#mcbreadathon #mbcfrogsread10

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"They're not my friends!" "Well, try and pretend!"

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MeganTurner
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Very, very late on this bandwagon. However, the first book wasn‘t too bad. It isn‘t my typical read however, but I really liked it. I‘ve just got the other two to read now and I‘m hoping they‘re just as good. Really surprised that I found this so entertaining!

Reagan I was really hesitant and I loved them! I hope you enjoy the rest of the trilogy. 5mo
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My impressions of the book were definitely coloured by the film and, in an unexpected plot twist, I actually thought the film was better. The film had a subtlety that you just can‘t get when the teenage protagonist is spoon-feeding to you her every supposition. I probably wouldn‘t read The Hunger Games again but I‘d happily give my copy to a 13-year-old cousin. Full review here: http://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/the-hunger-games-suzanne-collins/

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