Here your dreams are sweet and tomorrow brings them true. Here is the place where I love you
Katniss singing to Prim
Katniss Everdeen is the narrator of the three Hunger Games books and as well the main character along with Peeta Mellark and Gale Hawthorne. She is protective of her sister, Prim and hates her mother because she left them alone.
Before the 74th Annual ReapingEdit
Her early life was with her family and Gale. Eventually, her dad died on a mine explosion and she has been spending the rest of her life with Primrose and in the forest with Gale. They've been hunting for food and water because District 12 is the only district that is poor enough to starve before the sun sets. According to Peeta, he has been watching her walk everyday and gave her bread when he saw she was helpless and starved. When you get your supply in the tesserae, your name will get written on the annual reaping ceremony.
The 74th Annual ReapingEdit
Her mother made her bath and lent her blue dress for Katniss as she braided her hair. The different sorts of people (old, young, teen) are sorted out in different places because they might cheat or help. Effie Trinket welcomed the mayor and he spoke about war. A film showed and Effie started drawing the tributes. She picked a paper from the undermost part and it read: Primrose Everdeen. Prim started going up, but Katniss volunteered for her to stop Prim getting killed. Prim tried to stop her from doing it, but Gale pulled her back. Effie drew the boy, and it read: Peeta Mellark.
The train to the CapitolEdit
Peeta and Katniss packed their things and got picked up for the ride to the Capitol where they'll be living for a while before the Games.