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The first full-length trailer for the Hunger Games movie has just been released and you can watch it here. It’s being released on March 23, 2012 and it’s going to be one of the biggest movies of the year. The movie is based on The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, which is the first book in one of the most exciting series you’ll ever read. Here’s what our Star Blogger Rhys said about it:
“Prim Everdeen is chosen as a representative for the hunger games while she is still 12 years old, Katniss, her big sister, volunteers to go instead of Prim and she goes to save her sister. Without giving too much away being selected isn’t a good thing. I reckon that they are a great series and that if you like fighting, romance (sort of) and cunning plotting you should read them. I’d recommend them to anyone over 10. They are great for adults too. They are some of the best books I’ve read, and I have read some really, really good books.”
The movie looks like it’s going to be absolutely amazing and you can see what it’s like in this trailer:
If you’ve been dying to read The Hunger Games to find out why it’s so great or you would just really like to have your own copy, we’ve got one to giveaway. To get in the draw, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling us why you should win the book. Competition closes Friday 25 November.
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This month Christchurch City Libraries is hosting a month-long celebration of Tintin and Belgian culture. There are lots of events that you can come along to during the school holidays including:
- Tintin and Belgian culture corners in community libraries
- Tintin readings by members of the Belgian community
- A Tintin colouring competition for children
- Screenings of original animated Tintin films
- Previews of the new movie
We are showing Tintin in Tibet at Shirley Library on Tuesday 18 October from 2:00-2:45pm and I’ll be dressing up as my favourite character. To find out what is on at each library, check out the library events page. Here’s the latest Secret of the Unicorn Trailer for you to enjoy.
The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick is a very special book that is told through both words and pictures. It’s just been made into a movie, called Hugo, that looks fantastic and it will be coming out in New Zealand later this year. While you wait for the movie you can borrow The Invention of Hugo Cabret from your library.
War Horse is Michael Morpurgo’s amazing story about a boy who sets out on a journey to rescue his horse from the battlefields of World War I. You have to wait until December 29th 2011 to watch the movie, but you can get the book from your library now so that you can read it before you watch it.
Here’s the first look at the Horrid Henry movie in 3D that is coming out later this year. It looks hilarious and the cast looks amazing. While you wait for the movie you could read all about Horrid Henry’s antics in his books that we have in the library or watch the cartoon series that we have on DVD.
What’s your favourite Horrid Henry story?
I’m so excited about this movie! I’ve loved Tintin since I started reading about his adventures when I was 8 and the movie looks amazing. We have all of Tintin’s adventures for you to read in the library and you could read The Secret of the Unicorn before you see the movie.
Want to win some Tintin books? Make sure you tell us about your favourite graphic novel for your chance to win this week’s Reading Crusade Challenge prize.
Do you love the Judy Moody series or the Stink series by Megan McDonald? Later this year you’ll be able to see Judy Moody and her brother Stink on the big screen in Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer. While you wait for the movie, you can borrow all the Judy Moody books from the library.
Tangled is a new adaptation of the story of Rapunzel and it looks really funny. You can enter our Tangled colouring competition these holidays to win a cool Tangled prize pack. Look out for the competition at your local library.
If you like Despicable Me and Monsters vs. Aliens you’ll love Megamind. In cinemas December 11, 2010.
Opens in cinemas on 9 December. Read the book before you see the film – get Voyage of the Dawn Treader from the library now.
This looks awesome! Coming to NZ cinemas 18 November