The Hunger Games

By: Shaylee McNeil, Alexis Lavene, Colton Bredenkamp


When her sister, Primrose, is reaped for an annual pageant where children fight to the death in an arena, Katniss Everdeen bravely volunteers. Her fellow tribute, Peeta Mellark, admits he is in love with her. Together they fight for their lives in the arena and win.

The Book Trailer

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Movie Trailer

The Hunger Games (2012) - Official Theatrical Trailer
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Story Critique

We definitely recommend this book. It has lots of descriptive words and action. If you like books that you are always on the edge of your seat to keep reading I recommend this book to those people.

Literary Devices

Simile- “Prim’s face is as fresh as a raindrop, as lovely as the primrose for which she was named.” pg. 3

Hyperbole- “He lists the disasters, the droughts, the storms, the fires, the encroaching seas that swallowed up so much of the land. pg. 17

Metaphor- “We always wait to trade with him when his witch of a wife isn’t around because he’s so much nicer.” pg. 37

Point of View

1st person, because they narrator is just telling us in the perspective of Katniss. And her emotions and feelings.