Catching Fire

The Second Book of the HUNGER GAMES

Project By: Rani Patel


Author: Suzanne Collins
391 pages

Catch Phrase

Enjoy an adventure and a love story with Katniss and Peeta!

Point of View

First person

Theme

The theme of Catching Fire is courage. Katniss Everdeen, also known as "the girl on fire," shows a lot of courage. She never let's fear take over her and she fights through the battle of the Hunger Games and the Quarter Quell.

Personal Connection to the Theme

Courage, a theme of Catching Fire, applies to my life in various ways. Courage is the ability to do some thing that frightens someone.This word tells me to never let fear take over me. If I don't try things I will never learn. I want to be a couragous person just like Katniss Everdeen someday!

Summary

Catching Fire is a book about a girl named Katniss Everdeen and a boy named Peeta Mellark whom which were both victors and star crossed lovers of the 74th Hunger Games from District 12. Just before leaving for there victory tour to all of the districts, President Snow makes a surprising visit to Katniss. As Peeta and Katniss come back from there victory tour, the president has another plan up his sleeve. This year will be the 75th Hunger Games which is the Quarter Quell! This time the victors will be going back. Will Peeta or their mentor, Haymitch, go back in the arena with Katniss? More importantly will they survive?