The Resource The hunger games
- The hunger games
- Statement of responsibility
- by Suzanne Collins
- Television programs -- Fiction
- trueEverdeen, Katniss (Fictitious character)
- trueSixteen-year-old girls
- Contests -- Fiction
- trueScience fiction
- trueBooks for reluctant readers
- Survival -- Fiction
- trueInterpersonal relations
- Interpersonal relations -- Fiction
- Science fiction
- Young adult fiction
- trueTeenage boy/girl relations
- trueDystopian fiction
- trueTelevision programs
- trueFirst person narratives
- trueNorth America
- trueBooks to movies
- "In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, a shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts. The Capitol is harsh and cruel and keeps the districts in line by forcing them all to send one boy and one girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen to participate in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV. Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen regards it as a death sentence when she steps forward to take her sister's place in the Games. But Katniss has been close to dead before - and survival, for her, is second nature. Without really meaning to, she becomes a contender. But if she is to win, she will have to start making choices that weigh survival against humanity and life against love"--Cover
- Abraham Lincoln Illinois High School Book Award, 2011.
- ALA Notable Children's Book, 2009
- Amelia Bloomer List, 2009
- Beehive Young Adult Book Award (Utah), 2010.
- Black-Eyed Susan Book Award (Maryland), High School, 2011.
- Blue Hen Book Award (Delaware) for Teen Books, 2010.
- Booklist Editors’ Choice: Books for Youth, 2008
- Books I Love Best Yearly (BILBY), Older Reader, 2012.
- California Young Reader Medal, Young Adult, 2011.
- Charlotte Award (New York), Young Adult, 2010.
- Colorado Blue Spruce YA Book Award, 2010.
- Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award (Rosie Award), 2011.
- Garden State Teen Book Award (New Jersey), Fiction (Grades 9-12), 2011.
- Gateway Readers Award (Missouri), 2011.
- Georgia Children's Book Award, 2012.
- Georgia Peach Book Award for Teen Readers, 2010.
- Golden Archer Awards (Wisconsin): Middle/Jr. High, 2011.
- Golden Duck Awards, Hal Clement Award for Young Adult
- Golden Sower Award (Nebraska), Young Adult, 2011.
- Grand Canyon Reader Award (Arizona), Tween Book Category, 2011.
- Heartland Award, 2010.
- Inky Awards (Australia): Silver Inky, 2009.
- Iowa High School Book Award, 2011.
- Isinglass Teen Read Award (New Hampshire), 2009-2010.
- Kentucky Bluegrass Award for Grades 9-12, 2010.
- Land of Enchantment Book Award (New Mexico), Young Adult category, 2011.
- Maine Student Book Award, 2010.
- New York Times Notable Children's Book, 2008
- Nutmeg Children's Book Award, Teen category, 2012.
- Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Awards, Young Adult, 2010.
- Rebecca Caudill Young Reader's Book Award (Illinois), 2011.
- Rhode Island Teen Book Award, 2010.
- Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award, 2008.
- School Library Journal Best Books: 2008
- Sequoyah Book Awards (Oklahoma), High School Books, 2011.
- Sequoyah Book Awards (Oklahoma), Intermediate Books, 2011.
- Soaring Eagle Book Award (Wyoming), 2010.
- South Carolina Book Award, Junior Books, 2011.
- South Carolina Book Award, Young Adult Books, 2011.
- Teen Buckeye Book Award (Ohio), 2009.
- Texas Lone Star Reading Lists: 2009
- Thumbs Up! Award (Michigan), 2009.
- Truman Readers Award (Missouri), 2011.
- Virginia Readers' Choice Award for High School, 2011.
- YALSA Best Books for Young Adults, 2009
- YALSA Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults, 2011
- YALSA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, 2009
- Young Hoosier Book Award, Middle Books, 2011.
- Young Reader's Choice Award (Pacific Northwest), Senior, 2011.
- School Library Journal Best Books, 2008.
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- Literary form
- Series statement
- Hunger Games trilogy
- Series volume
- Target audience
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