This Workbook contains over 126 pages of reading comprehension worksheets with comprehension questions and vocabulary words for Mockingjay in the The Hunger Games series, by Suzanne Collins! (Sample Pages.) After purchase you’ll instantly receive a printable pdf download.
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“The most powerful book in the series.”
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” serves as the conclusive installment in Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games” trilogy, continuing the saga of Katniss Everdeen, a young woman hailing from the post-apocalyptic realm of Panem, who has evolved into an emblem of hope and defiance against the oppressive Capitol.
Commencing within the story, Katniss convalesces from the tumultuous events of the preceding two books while being confined within the subterranean heart of the rebellion, known as District 13. President Coin, at the helm of the rebellion, along with the insurgents, strategizes their ultimate assault on the Capitol. Katniss is designated as the “Mockingjay,” a symbol of propaganda for the rebellion, albeit reluctantly. With time, her engagement deepens as she gains a profound comprehension of the real sacrifices essential for the pursuit of freedom.
As the rebellion surges towards its zenith, Katniss grapples with her personal sentiments towards the insurrection and delves into the enigmatic enigmas shrouding the Capitol and its manipulative orchestrators. Throughout this journey, her loyal companions, including Gale, Finnick, and Peeta, provide invaluable support as they strive to endure the perils of war and the Capitol’s intricate schemes.
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” constitutes a riveting and emotionally charged culmination of the “Hunger Games” trilogy, delving into themes of revolution, political machinations, and the harrowing toll exacted by warfare.
Some of the notable awards and honors that “Mockingjay” received include::
- Goodreads Choice Awards (2010): “Mockingjay” won the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction, as voted on by Goodreads members.
- The Book Seller Young Adult & Children’s Book of the Year (2010): “Mockingjay” was named the Young Adult & Children’s Book of the Year at The Bookseller Industry Awards.
- Kentucky Bluegrass Award for Grades 9-12 (2012): The book was selected as the winner in the high school category of the Kentucky Bluegrass Award.
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