BC: It's the little things that make life beautiful.
FC: It's the little things that make life beautiful | Suzanne Collins
1: Suzanne Collins started writing in 1991. She wrote for children's TV
2: She co wrote Santa Baby. Alice in Wonderland inspired her Gregor the Overlander Series.
3: "Little girls have a magic all their own." | She is currently working on a picture book. She is collaborating with James Primos.
4: Friends are Flowers that Never Fade | She lives with her husband who is an actor. She adopted 2 stray kittens as her pets.
5: Her 2nd series, "The Hunger Games" was an international best seller. It reached #1 on the New York bestseller list.
6: She isn't planning to continue with the Hunger Games. She has a job as a freelancer on Wow Wow Wubzy.
7: You Make My Sun Shine | Her Gregor the Overlander series has 5 books. Her Hunger Games Series has 3.
8: She used to work for Nick Jr. She got her masters in 1985
9: She is the youngest of four kids. She learned advanced history from her dad as a child.
10: Smiles Are Contagious! | She wrote the hunger games off inspiration from a war coverage show.
11: "Good times are even better when they are shared" | She graduated Alabama school of the fine arts. She wrote the first Gregor book in 2003.
12: She is married to Cap Prior. She is very private about her life.
13: She once said, "Destroying things is much easier than making them. She has worked on many Emmy nominated shows.
14: She wrote Gregor the Overlander 1-5 | She also wrote The Hunger Games Catching Fire and Mockingjay.
15: Suzanne wrote this book for the first part of the Hunger Games Series. Titled the Hunger Games it was a best seller.
16: In the Hunger Games Katniss Everdeen has to fight for her life against killing machines.
17: In Catching Fire Katniss has to go back to the Hunger Games. She is competing against her boyfriend and only one can survive.
18: In Mockingjay, Katniss is back to save her captured boyfriend and possibly the whole known world.
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21: Say Cheese!