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  • gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    The film is finally here, and so are the goods. Vosges' new Hunger Games Wild Ophelia Chocolate Bar Library, $65, comes with 12 bars that represent 12 districts in the film "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." The flavor for DISTRICT 12 - Mining has mined salt and 41 percent cacao milk chocolate. The chocolate bar for DISTRICT 11 - Agriculture has harvest cherry and 70 percent cacao dark chocolate.
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  • gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    If you aren't happy with the average goods of the 12 Districts, how about Vosges' new Hunger Games Capital Truffle Collection with 18 different truffles in sets of two? The price tag matches the Capital's life of luxury at $225.
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  • Gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    Want to dress like butt-kicking Katniss? In the film, actress Jennifer Lawrence wears designer Nicholas K's "Nova Jacket" first released for the line's Fall/Winter 2012 Collection. Made of washed sheep leather and cotton twill it is re-released exclusively at www.NicholasK.com/e-shop for the launch of The Hunger Games, Catching Fire. The jacket will be a one time limited run.
  • Gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    Ready for battle? Introduced for Fall 2013, Nerf's Rebelle Guardian Crossbow from HASBRO is for ages 8 and up. Its retail price is $24.99. "Pull the trigger and watch the bow arms propel forward as darts soar up to 75 feet toward the target. Includes six collectible NERF REBELLE darts," the toy description says.
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  • Gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    Nerf's Rebelle Heartbreaker bow, $19.99, is for girls ages 8 and up. The toy sends darts up to 75 feet into the sky. "The ultimate adventure accessory, the NERF REBELLE HEARTBREAKER bow features 'true' bow action and powerful dart performance. Inspired by current pop culture trends, the HEARTBREAKER bow offers girls the poise and precision to take on any mission," Hasbro says.
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  • gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    A Katniss collector's Barbie doll, $29.95, wears "a hooded jacket, top, and military-style pants inspired by the costume Katniss wore in the film," the toy's description states. "Included are bow, arrows, and quiver. Completing her look is the iconic mockingjay pin." The doll was released April 9, 2012. A "Catching Fire" Katniss doll in a futuristic body suit, $24.95, was released Oct. 2013.
  • gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    A Finnick Barbie Doll was released on Nov. 1, 2013 for $24.95. "When former Hunger Games champion Finnick is forced to return to the arena, at first Katniss is wary of the handsome warrior." The Finnick doll has a zipped jacket with golden and-white stripes and "matching pants inspired by the costume worn in the film. Also included is a 'trident spear' accessory." A Peeta doll is sold separately.
  • gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    A set of three handmade Hunger Games ornaments inspired by the book series is on sale through Etsy for $50. The book cover inspired ornaments represent The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and The Mockingjay.
  • gift guide for the Hunger Games lover

    Let the Hunger Games Begin Swirl Blanket Wrap is on sale through Cafe Press for $39.50, with one size for adults and another for kids. A Mockingjay version is also available. "This blanket wrap is the multi-tasker's dream come true and a must have for all homes," the product listing states.
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