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Catching fire book talk

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  • 3. KatnissEverdeen and PeetaMellark both survived the Hunger Games. Both returned home wanting and expecting a somewhat peaceful future. But the Capitol is angry. The Capitol wants revenge.
  • 4. Katniss, Peeta, and Gale find themselves becoming the face of a rebellion, and the situation in Panem is becoming serious. The president and the capitol are watching their every move.
  • 5. Life in the districts of Panem have become even more oppressive since Katniss and Peeta survived the games. As the capitol tries harder to maintain control, the people in the districts find life more and more desperate.
  • 6. Catching Fire will take you on a journey with Katniss and Peeta as they are thrown back into the Hunger Games arena.
    It will make you question friendship, authority, control and government.
  • 7. What awaits the tributes of the Hunger Games in the new jungle arena?
    What dangers lie ahead?
    How can Katniss and Peeta help the people of Panem escape the evil control of the capitol and president Snow?
  • 8. An excerpt from Catching Fire...
  • 9. Mature Theme Book
    Recommended for Grade 6/7
    Contains mature themes: if you are interested, please have a discussion with both your parent and your teacher about whether this it a suitable book for you.
    Higher reading level: many readers will find the book very challenging to read.