1. Suzanne Collins, author of the Hunger Games trilogy, also wrote for the TV show “Clarissa Explains It All.”
Other things she wrote: “The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo,” “Generation O!”, and “Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!”
4. The name of Panem, the nation in which the trilogy is set, is stemmed from “Panem et Circenses,” or “Bread and Circuses.”
It makes references to when the Roman Empire provided violent entertaimment instead of fufilling public services.
5. Suzanne Collins was inspired to write The Hunger Games trilogy after watching war footage and reality shows back-to-back on TV.
The footage began to blur to her in an unsettling away, and thus the games were born.
6. The Hunger Games is Amazon’s best-selling book series of all time.
10. The official website for all things Hunger Games is optimized for touch devices on Internet Explorer 10.
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