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Book Review: The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games: Suzanne Collins’ wildly adored dystopian novel that has managed to capture the hearts and interests of millions of curious readers all around the globe. 641 more words

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This month is Top 5 Wednesday Rewind Month! Meaning this month is the time to do any past topics that I’ve missed. I’ve chosen a recent topic from April this year that I wasn’t able to do because of uni commitments. 390 more words


The Hunger Games: Raisin Nut Bread & Clover-Mint Tea

The Boy with the Bread: Hearty Raisin Nut Bread

“When I dropped them on the table, Prim’s hands reached to tear off a chunk, but I made her sit, forced my mother to join us at the table, and poured warm tea.  791 more words

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The Hunger Games: Grilled Cheese Sandwich and Apple Cider

Propos Grilled Cheese Sandwich

“Cheese sandwiches are passed around and we eat them in the shade of the tree.” – Mockingjay, Chapter 9

Ok, let’s be honest.  537 more words

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The Hunger Games: Mrs. Everdeen's Breakfast of Mush

Mrs. Everdeen’s Breakfast of Mush

“My mind wanders to my mother and Prim.  They must be up.  My mother getting their breakfast of mush.  Prim milking her goat before school.  351 more words

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The Hunger Games


Matthew, Year 7, Edrington

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Rating: Amazing! I would recommend it to EVERYONE!

The Hunger Games is a thriller that entertains me, and I could not put the book down. 31 more words


The Hunger Games: Parcel Day Applesauce

Parcel Day Applesauce

“Parcel Day, the first of twelve, in which food packages were delivered to every person in the district.  That was my favorite.  To see all those hungry kids in the Seam running around, waving cans of applesauce, tins of meat, even candy.” – … 362 more words

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