Who designed the Hunger Games cover?
The Hunger Games was first published in hardcover on September 14, 2008, by Scholastic, featuring a cover designed by Tim O’Brien. It has since been released in paperback and also as an audiobook and ebook. After an initial print of 200,000, the book had sold 800,000 copies by February 2010.
Do graphic designers make book covers?
Unfortunately, cover design is an aspect of self-publishing a book that many authors struggle with. Some people deal with this problem by hiring a graphic designer to make their cover for them. As such, self-publishing authors usually design their own book covers.
What is the most important message in The Hunger Games?
Survival. If you were to pick the main theme of the Hunger Games series, the ability and desire to survive would rightfully come first and foremost. They are stories of survival, physically and mentally.
What is the best Hunger Games book?
The Hunger Games (first book) hands down is the best book out of the trilogy. The story, pace and ideas were just superb. Catching Fire comes in second. There were a lot of humor on it but I felt that it was repetitive with the Quell games and all.
Is there another Hunger Games book Coming out?
A ‘Hunger Games’ Prequel Book Is Officially Coming Out In 2020. Great news, Tributes! Children’s publisher Scholastic announced on Monday that a Hunger Games prequel book is coming in 2020.
What is the New Hunger Games book called?
Suzanne Collins , the author of the Hunger Games trilogy, is writing a new book called Year of the Jungle. Scheduled to publish next fall, it will be an autobiographical children’s picture book about coping with her father’s military service in Vietnam.
What is the next book in The Hunger Games?
By Associated Press NEW YORK — A decade after seemingly wrapping up “The Hunger Games,” Suzanne Collins is bringing readers back to Panem. A prequel, set 64 years before the beginning of her multimillion-selling trilogy, is coming next year. The novel, currently untitled, is scheduled for release on May 19, 2020.