Everything you need to understand or teach The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson.
Larsson's The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest is the third book in a trilogy. As such, the story picks up the day after the ending of The Girl Who Played With Fire. The book openly celebrates strong women, often referred to as warriors.
The story picks up just after Salander has defended herself against Alexander Zalachenko, her father. Zalachenko had shot Salander in the head numerous times. Miraculously, Salander was able to return the attack with an axe. Zalachenko was struck in the head and several other places although none of the wounds was fatal.
Zalachenko, a former Russian spy turned gangster, attempts to appear as a normal citizen and has even changed his legal identity to Karl Axel Bodin. However, the change in identity does little to fool anyone who has any knowledge whatsoever of Zalachenko and his bloodied past.
Dr. Jonasson treats Salander as he...
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest Lesson Plans contain 136 pages of teaching material, including: