Join Our 'Hunger Games' Book Club: Chapter 1! (VIDEO)

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Welcome back to Celebuzz's 100 Days of Hunger Games! We hope you enjoyed our exclusive interview with Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark) on Thursday, and today we want to invite you to join our Hunger Games book club.

Whether you are reading the book for the first time or the tenth, Celebuzz wants to create a place for you all to come and break down the chapters and some of our favorite moments from the book. We are starting off with chapter one today.

This is my second time reading the book, and I forgot how many details slipped past me! These videos are meant to be quick rundowns, but I'd love for you to take to Twitter where we can discuss this all even further. Hit me up at @taryder!

The Hunger Games hits theaters March 23, so lets get ready for the big release! Want to follow us through the 100 Days of Hunger games and find out about each new Book Club, Encyclopedia and other HG features we have? "Like" us on Facebook to get the daily stories and bookmark our Hunger Games page for all the latest news.

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  • Scrapbook Crafts
    Scrapbook Crafts

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  • Guest
    Guest

    you obviously have not read the books because that is NOT what the story is about AT ALL. It has so many deeper themes. Don't talk about things you have no clue about

  • Melanie
    Melanie

    I agree with Katie... "The Hunger Games" isn't for everyone but the books aren't trying to gorlify killing kids, they are showing how twisted society could be. The main point of the story is about how the capitol controls all the districts... you basically have the wealthy controlling and punishing the poor. If anything "The Hunger Games" is a bleak look at how our future could possibly be.

  • Katie
    Katie

    The books (and I'm sure the movie will do this, too) make a point about how cruel and barbaric the idea of kids killing kids are. It's a young adult book that's about to become a blockbuster movie; at least these books have more of a message than the Twilight series. If you really don't like it, stay off the update page. It's as simple as that.

  • Josh
    Josh

    Enough already, this being shovved down our throats like there is nothing better than kids killing other kids.....