A Good Book Report On The Hunger S

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If they start the book and don't understand it or it they feel uncomfortable, they'll put it down.What's more, if we parents say no to a book, it's a good bet that our kids will find a way to read it secretly.

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Parents' concerns about The Hunger Games center around violence.

The book has a lot of it, and it is graphic at times.

Katniss volunteers to take her sister's place in an annual battle in which 24 teens fight to the death on live television.

The book is rated by Scholastic as grade 5.3 and for ages 11-13.

In fact, my daughter's school came close to banning it (which would have been ironic, since the book is partly about censorship and suppressing information).

Her teacher approved her reading it during independent reading time.

It is well-written and has a strong female protagonist, which is rare in literature for her age group.

Despite this, many parents and teachers are having angst about the book.

In the end, they decided to let my daughter (and two other students in the same position) read the book in school.

Usually parents have the best intentions when they tell their child they can't read a book.


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