This Biography is about one of the best Television writer Suzanne Collins including her Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Suzanne Collins|
|Real Name||Suzanne Collins|
|Famous as||Television writer|
|Personal life of Suzanne Collins|
|Born on||10 August 1962|
|Family Background of Suzanne Collins|
|Siblings||Drew Collins, Kathy Collins, Joanie Collins|
|Children||Isabel Pryor, Charlie Pryor|
|Education||Alabama School of Fine Arts, Indiana University Bloomington|
|Net worth||$60 million|
|Hobbies||Gymnastics, Reading, and Running|
|Awards||2012 – Teen Choice Award for Choice Book – The Hunger Games trilogy 2013 – Kids Choice Award for Favorite Book – The Hunger Games trilogy 2010 – Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children’s Book Award – The Hunger Games|
2010 – Goodreads Choice Awards Favorite Book – Mockingjay 2009 – Goodreads Choice Awards Young Adult Series – Catching Fire 2010 – Goodreads Choice Awards Best Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction – Mockingjay 2009 – Goodreads Choice Awards All-Time Favorite – Catching Fire 2009 – Hal Clement Award – The Hunger Games 2008 – Cybils Awards for Fantasy & Science Fiction – Young Adult – The Hunger Games 2010 – Goodreads Choice Awards Favorite Hero – Mockingjay 2010 – Goodreads Choice Awards Favorite Heroine – Mockingjay 2011 – California Young Reader Medal: Young Adult – The Hunger Games
|Personal Fact of Suzanne Collins|
Suzanne Collins, is a famous author of children’s books, best known for the trilogy, The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay. Having studied drama, and pursued specialization in writing for the theatre, the young woman started out writing scripts for popular animated television shows for children. She has written episodes of series like ‘Clarissa Explains It All’, ‘Little Bear’, and Oswald, all favourites of children.
After pursuing a career in television scriptwriting for almost thirteen years, she decided to become an author of children’s books. She began with ‘Gregor the Overlander’, the first book of The Underland Chronicles. She says that her inspirations came from the classic favourite, Alice in Wonderland, assuming what would happen if someone slipped into a manhole rather than a key hole, and what they would find instead of the high tea.
The book was declared a bestseller by The New York Times and she produced more books as a part of the same series. Soon, she wrote The Hunger Games, which became so popular that 1.5 million copies of it, and its sequel, Catching Fire, sold out quickly. She followed it up with a second sequel, Mockingjay, which too became widely read. With such popular books to her credit, she has made a name for herself as a writer of children’s and young adults fiction.
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