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Winning means fame. Losing means death. In this book by Suzanne Collins, the government has divided the United States in thirteen Districts. Previously, District Thirteen had revealed against the punishing and unjust government and been destroyed. Now, every year the Capitol organizes an event in order to remind the Districts that they must stay under their rules. The Hunger Games. Each district will have to send a boy and a girl to fight for their lives. In an arena, the options are limited, either you wait, you kill, or you die. There will only be one survivor. This book has action and romance. It will keep you reading for hours.
This classic is far more than just a must watch. Follow the story of Forrest Gump and enjoy the humorous, romantic, sad film that on top of being one of the best known movies of all time, gives you action, humor, romance, history, and even the Vietnam War all in the course of 2 hours and 22 minutes. This incomparable, inspirational story will bring you to tears. Tom Hanks performs the role of Forrest Gump passionately, inviting the audience to feel sympathy for the innocent and charismatic Forrest. Very recommended and hilarious. Full of surprises. This movie is perfect to watch with your family or even by yourself.
This book is determined to show you all the dangers of fast food around the world. But don’t get scared away. This book is not only facts, it’s history. From the fifteen-year-pld who invented the hamburger to the steps in making a fast food chicken nugget. Reading this book will definitely give you second thoughts next time you consider stopping by a fast food chain franchise. This New York Times bestseller brings you behind the scenes of what looks like a clean, shiny counter and a hot juicy hamburger. Chew On This will show you everything you don’t want to know about fast food.
This true story, features Morgan Spurlock as he performs an “experiment” during the course of one month. During this experiment, Spurlock will have to rely solely in MacDonald’s food three times a day for an entire month. During this film you will see how junk food affects your body, self esteem and even your temper. Not only will you see how junk food is capable of affecting an individual’s mind and body, but you will also learn more about the industry. This movie is very educational as well as interesting. Many coaches and teachers show it to their students. It is guaranteed to teach you at least five things you did not know about junk food.
This National Geographic recognized book will show how over the 5o years the ocean and environment pollution has rapidly and dangerously increased, to a point where it is threatening the existence of every form of life on earth. In this passionate, fascinating book Sylvia A. Earl provides the reader with more than enough information to cause an effect. From the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico to what you should order in a restaurant. This inspirational book rises awareness all around the reading community. Not only is it educational about events that have happened in the past, but it also gives solutions and ideas about how humans can change the world for the better one step at a time.
This movie, set in 1922, follows the complicated path of a love story that never reached an end… Inspired from the classic novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby. This tragic love story will be narrated by Yale Graduate and World War II veteran Nick Carraway, who has just moved to New York. As the story flows, we learn that Carraway has moved right next to a mysterious, yet well-known multi millionaire; Jay Gatsby. Carraway feels curiosity for the great so called Gatsby. However, he will be yet even more surprised when he finds out about him and his cousin Daisy being long lost lovers.