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CHRISTMAS ESSENTIALS - The Greatest Novels, Tales & Poems for The Holiday Season: 180+ Titles in One Volume (Illustrated)

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CLASSICS FOR CHRISTMAS: 180+ Novels, Christmas Tales, Poems & Carols in One Volume (Illustrated)

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Santa's Library: 400+ Christmas Novels, Stories, Poems, Carols & Legends

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The Big Christmas Basket: 200+ Christmas Novels, Stories, Poems & Carols (Illustrated)

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Suzanne Collins, born on August 10, 1962, is an American author and screenwriter best known for her contributions to young adult literature. She gained widespread acclaim for her "Hunger Games" trilogy, which includes "The Hunger Games" (2008), "Catching Fire" (2009), and "Mockingjay" (2010). The series is set in a dystopian future where young individuals are selected to participate in a televised fight to the death. Before her success with "The Hunger Games," Collins had a successful career as a writer for children's television programs, including shows like "Clarissa Explains It All" and "The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo." Her experience in television storytelling contributed to the gripping and cinematic nature of her novels. Suzanne Collins' work often explores themes of survival, power, and social justice. Her writing style is characterized by fast-paced narratives, complex characters, and thought-provoking commentary on societal issues. In addition to "The Hunger Games," Collins has written other books, including the "Underland Chronicles" series. Her impact on young adult literature has been significant, and "The Hunger Games" trilogy, in particular, has been adapted into a highly successful film series. Suzanne Collins continues to be a prominent figure in the literary world, leaving an enduring mark on the genre and captivating readers with her engaging storytelling.