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The Hunger Games Virtual Book Discussion: Welcome to The Hunger Games

Join us for a virtual discussion of The Hunger Games, chosen by you as the champion book of the 2020 March Book Madness tournament.

The Hunger Games - 2020 March Book Madness Champion

Join us for the Hunger Games virtual book discussion, Tuesday, June 30 at noon at this LINK

Join the library for a virtual book club featuring The Hunger Games, chosen by you as the 2020 March Book Madness Champion. Tuesday, June 2 marks the beginning of the month-long celebration, which will include weekly trivia contests with prizes and will culminate in a virtual book discussion on Tuesday, June 30. In addition to the weekly trivia contests, those participating in the discussion on June 30 will be eligible for a prize, as well. You can check out an eBook copy of the book on OverDrive and begin reading now. This guide provides information on how to access and use OverDrive, questions to guide your reading, information on the author, and much more. Have questions? Contact a librarian or use the Ask-A-Librarian chat.

 

Book Discussion Schedule

June 2 - Start reading (remember you can get your book free from OverDrive) and answer the trivia question for a chance to win a prize.

June 9 - Keep reading and check back here for the trivia question and chance to win a prize.

June 16 - Keep reading and check back here for the trivia question and chance to win a prize.

June 23 - Keep reading and check back here for the trivia question and chance to win a prize.

June 30 - Join us for the virtual book discussion. See instructions on this page for how to join the meeting.

2020 March Book Madness Champion - The Hunger Games

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Katniss is a 16-year-old girl living with her mother and younger sister in the poorest district of Panem, the remains of what used be North America. Long ago the districts waged war on the Capitol and were defeated. As part of the surrender terms, each district agreed to send one boy and one girl to appear in an annual televised event called, "The Hunger Games." The terrain, rules, and level of audience participation may change but one thing is constant: kill or be killed. When her sister is chosen by lottery, Katniss steps up to go in her place. (Scholastic Press, 2008)