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Enjoyed Hunger Games? Use This Flowchart To Find Your Next Book

July 25, 2012
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An article by Jason Boog from GalleyCat: The First Word in the Publishing Industry

If you loved reading The Hunger Games, then the Lawrence Public Library in Kansas has compiled a massive flowchart to help you find the next book you should read. This is an outstanding flowchart to help you find other books for yourself or the teen in your world.

The chart explores genre, plot elements and themes, helping you pinpoint what you liked most about the book. We’ve embedded the first part of the chart above, but follow this link to explore the complete five-panel infographic.

Here’s more from the library: “If you’re interested in learning about the history of the dystopian genre, check out this infographic from Goodreads which charts the popularity and major milestones of dystopian fiction. Not sure what makes a book “dystopian”? Check out this helpful chart from E M Bowman that isolates that traits of dystopian fiction. Feel free to share or  print a copy for your library or classroom use. You can download the hunger games read alikes pdf here.”

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