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Times Easter Round-up Of Children's Books

... the best of all remains Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games (Scholastic, £6.99), with its moving, vivid and consistently well-written dystopian adventure about the ultimate Reality TV game in which two teenagers from each district are released into an arena full of natural and unnatural dangers and must kill each other to survive - and entertain their audience. With its unforgettable heroine, Katniss, using her skills as a hunter and trapper but failing to notice true love, this is an outstanding book for both genders that grips like a man-trap. AMNDA CRAIG

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