Kids track tales from book to film
Jessica D'Astous, a Millard elementary school teacher, created a club for kids to read, then watch and compare.
Posted: Saturday, November 30, 2013 12:00 am
When “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” opened last weekend, many young people familiar with Suzanne Collins' trilogy were excited to experience this film version of her second book.
But, being familiar with the book sometimes can make the movie experience less satisfying. Readers may know a favorite book by heart or know what characters should look like, according to their imaginations. Then there are all those missing scenes. These things often mean movies don't measure up.
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