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If Literary Characters Were Camp Counselors

By kat_rosenfieldJune 15, 2012
With the school year coming to an end, it’s time for good little campers everywhere to pack their bags, kiss their mommies... More  →
If Literary Characters Were Camp Counselors

The Hunger Games Tributes You Never Got to See

By EmmaJune 12, 2012
Chloe Grace Morentz. Jean-Claude Van Damme. Chris Colfer. Vinny from "Jersey Shore." These are just a few of the stars who were... More  →
The Hunger Games Tributes You Never Got to See

Which Hunger Games District Would You Work In?

By Kathryn_WilliamsMay 17, 2012
We all know by now that in The Hunger Games, you have to work hard for the money—or, you know,... More  →
Which Hunger Games District Would You Work In?

B&N.com Teen Must-Reads: Does Hunger Games Make the Grade?

By ContributorMay 1, 2012
It's part 3 of dac's new series, and she's about to tackle a very familiar title...—Sparkitors Book: The Hunger... More  →
B&N.com Teen Must-Reads: Does Hunger Games Make the Grade?

Jennifer Lawrence's Real Archery Skills!

By Jennifer GrudzieckiApril 20, 2012
In case any of you were wondering whether or not Jennifer Lawrence's archery skills in The Hunger Games movie were fake, here's... More  →
Jennifer Lawrence's Real Archery Skills!

Katniss Meets Barbie: One Doll to Rule Us All

By Chrissie GruebelApril 19, 2012
Yes, "technically" Katniss is a "Barbie." Still, let's imagine the Katniss Barbie to have all the fire and spirit of real Katniss... More  →
Katniss Meets Barbie: One Doll to Rule Us All

More Hunger Games Withdrawal Books

By Brendan EyreApril 10, 2012
Well, there are 592 days until the movie adaptation of Catching Fire is scheduled for release on November 22, 2013. If you... More  →
More Hunger Games Withdrawal Books

How Can You Hate Rue? The Hunger Games and Racism

By Rachel KorowitzApril 4, 2012
You guys? I messed up BIGTIME. In the middle of all the squee-ing about seeing Katniss and Peeta in 10-foot high technicolor, More  →
How Can You Hate Rue? The Hunger Games and Racism