Is Catching Fire book appropriate?
Good for teenagers, but no younger than that.
How long is the Catching Fire book?
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|Publication date||September 1, 2009|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover, Paperback)|
Can a 12 year old read Catching Fire?
No specific age, just whoever wants to read it. If a young kid is not ready, he or she will probably put it down on his/her own.
Should 11 year old read Hunger Games?
The book is rated by Scholastic as grade 5.3 and for ages 11-13. Parents’ concerns about The Hunger Games center around violence. The book has a powerful anti-violence and anti-war message. And unlike cartoons and video games, the violence in Hunger Games has emotional and physical consequences.
Can a 10 year old watch Hunger Games?
Developmentally, the 10- to 12-year-olds who’ve read the book may find the movie’s visceral, sometimes bloody teen-on-teen violence upsetting — especially the brutal scene that opens the Games, in which several teens are slaughtered by their fellow contestants.
Is The Hunger Games Banned?
The Hunger Games is a well loved dystopian YA novel, following the story of Katniss Everdeen. The Hunger Games has been “banned due to insensitivity, offensive language, anti-family, anti-ethic, and occult”, and in 2014 “inserted religious views” was added to that list.
Who is the author of catch a fire?
Catch a Fire, now a classic of rock biography, delves into the life of the leader of a musical, spiritual, and political explosion that continues today.
Is the book Catch a fire by Timothy White good?
Timothy White does a great job describing the upbringing and environment that helped shape a young Bob Marley’s course, but I felt once he got to the point where Bob’s music really started to take off, the book was already over and Bob was dead.
Who is still alive in Catching Fire book?
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Not the book you’re looking for? In “Catching Fire,” Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark have survived the Hunger Games, but they now must face stronger challengers as rebellion breaks out across Panem.
Which is better catching fire or The Hunger Games?
Catching Fire was maybe not as striking as the first book in this series, The Hunger Games, in making me disturbed about myself, but it definitely had its moments. Also, I was in my second week of law school and had just gotten back from an exhausting wedding when I read it, so I might not have had the capacity to self-reflect that I normally do.