WorkingMother.com named Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins this year’s one of the Most Powerful Moms.
Most Powerful Mom: Children’s Literature Star
Children: Son, 17, Daughter, 12
Suzanne Collins seems ubiquitous these days, with the kid-lit mantle proverbially passed to her by J.K. Rowling. Her bestselling book series, The Hunger Games trilogy, is still breaking records; and now there’s a blockbuster movie inspired by the first book—with more to come. Collins began her career working for children’s television, ultimately becoming the head writer for the PBS show Clifford’s Puppy Days. She also wrote children’s books including The Underland Chronicles and When Charlie McButton Lost Power. Continue reading “Hunger Games Author Suzanne Collins Named One of The ‘Most Powerful Moms’ of 2012” »