Suzanne Collins is a very popular American author of children’s books, and a television writer. She started her career by writing scripts for the successful children’s show 'Clarissa Explains It All'. This got her many offers for animated series from renowned channels like 'Nick Jr' and 'Fox network'. She was working on the script of 'Generation O!' during which she met James Proimos who inspired her to write books for children. She debuted with 'Gregor the Overlander' which became a best-seller and she turned it into five book series called 'The Underland Chronicles'. She further wrote a rhyming illustration titled 'When Charlie McButton Lost Power' which was well received by the masses. This was followed by the ‘Hunger games trilogy’ series starting with 'The Hunger Games', which became the most notable work of her career. The success of the book broke all the records as it stayed on the best-sellers list for a long period of 60 weeks. This popularity encouraged Collins to adapt the first book into a successful movie by the same name. Her significant contributions to the literary world has brought her many awards including the 'Children's Novel Award'. We have excerpted her famous quotes from her books, show and films. Go through the quotes and sayings by this great writer that will enlighten you and also make you walk down the memory lane to your childhood.
Sometimes when I'm alone, I take the pearl from where it lives in my pocket and try to remember the boy with the bread, the strong arms that warded off nightmares on the train, the kisses in the arena.
It must be very fragile, if a handful of berries can bring it down.
The idea of being strong for someone else having never entered their heads, I find myself in the position of having to console them. Since I'm the person going in to be slaughtered, this is somewhat annoying.