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Is The Hunger Games a kid series? I saw it in that part of my warehouse club?

In the last month I read The Blind Side, which had a lot of interesting football history (that is if you like football) and read the first book in a trilogy that is called Shiver (by Maggie Stiefvater), this book has werewolves as the theme. As the main character in the book is a girl who was bitten by a pack of werewolves as a child and never made the change, who is star-crossed with one of the wolves. The concept is that in winter they live as wolves, but during the rest of the year they are human. After a certain amount of years, the werewolves no longer spend the spring/summer as human, but stay wolves only. I was surprised by this novel as it is published by Scholastic.

PS was wondering if anyone knows anything about the books talked about in this article from NPR. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=128823435 Some of the novels mentioned are cross genre, which makes it hard to know if they are any good.
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