“Happy Hunger Games ! And may the odds be ever in your favor.”
“At some point, you have to stop running and turn around and face whoever wants you dead. The hard thing is finding the courage to do it.” “We had to save you because you’re the mockingjay, Katniss ,” says Plutarch. “While you live, the revolution lives.”
“Ladies and gentlemen let the 74 annul Hunger Games begin ! and may the odds be ever in your favor.”
The reason for this stated: “They were banned due to insensitivity, offensive language, violence, anti-family, anti-ethic and occult/satanic.” In 2014, the novel was also banned for reasons of inserted religious perspective.
Peeta tells Caesar that he and Katniss are already married. According to Peeta , the two married in secret and Katniss is now pregnant.
Summary and Analysis Part 2: Chapter 18. With a single arrow, Katniss kills the boy from District 1, who speared Rue , and takes Rue’s hand.
What is ironic about Katniss’s injury ? A fireball hit her calf and burned it, ironic is that she is known as “the girl on fire”.
Haymitch does ‘nt send Katniss water because he knows she is smart enough to find it. Also, she is very close to the water . She is dying of thirst. But Katniss knows what he is trying to do!
Prim was originally chosen as District 12’s tribute during the annual reapings, but Katniss made the ultimate sacrifice for her family and volunteered to take her sister’s place. Prim serves as a contrast to her big sister. She is a more conventionally feminine character, for starters.
Summary: Chapter 3 Peter Mellark’s father, the baker, comes in. Katniss often trades him squirrels for bread. He gives Katniss cookies and promises to make sure Prim is being fed.
The 1st Hunger Games were won by 16 year old Cassius Heath from District 2.
Caesar was very much not a good guy; he was very instrumental in the whole Hunger Game apparatus, and he was not shown to be friendly to the rebellion. He was also interviewing Peeta for television while they had him brainwashed, which means he had at least an indirect role in propaganda against the rebellion.
Reasons for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ‘s bans have run the gamut. From general claims that the book contains no value for readers to concerns that animals were given human characteristics to complaints regarding a strong female main character, it seems that many issues with the story have upset a variety of readers.
Too violent and disturbing for kids This book is not for pre-teens. While it is well written and a page-turner, that does not make it a great read for kids. It is full of really awful graphic violence. The story is kids are forced to kill kids and that is not what I want my 11 year old’s head filled with.
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss’ environmental kid’s book was banned in 1989 in a California school because it was believed to portray logging in a poor light and would turn children against the foresting industry.