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  • Hardcover
  • 534
  • The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick (2007-01-30)
  • By Brian Selznick
  • English
  • 08 November 2019
  • 1407103482

12 thoughts on “ The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick (2007-01-30)

  1. says:

    This book is AMAZING if only for the illustrations alone. But when coupled with a wonderful story as well, you have a winner that will delight all ages. I just love looking at the detailed illustrations! It's unlike any book I've ever seen before. I'm so very glad I bought this! I've already ordered two of Brian Selznick's books. These books are keepers!

    Please let me know if you found this review helpful to you. Like yo

  2. says:

    I finished reading this book tonight all by myself. Really great book. Everyone should read it. Really cool story. So many pages!!! Great ending.
    Mateo Gabby Gabriel (6 years old)

  3. says:

    The Invention of Hugo Cabret is the basis for the Martin Scorsese film Hugo. I saw the movie first and then read this book. The book is simply amazing and is mostly pictures with a few pages of text interspersed. One might even call it experimental fiction. Whatever you call it, this book is awesome and was incredibly well researched and is a Caldecott award winner. I was able to read this in less than an hour and a half, even tho

  4. says:

    A teacher friend of mine introduced me to this book about 5 years ago. Every year since I have borrowed it from our school library to read to the kids and get their minds to work creatively to understand and predict what's happening in the illustration and book. The kids absolutely adore it and get so excited about this book. I deci

  5. says:

    Beautifully crafted story both in words and illustrations. It reads like an old black and white movie. The illustrations are breath t

  6. says:

    I simply have never had this experience before. No book I've read has ever combined graphics as part of the actu

  7. says:

    This is a book for elementary school age children, but I enjoyed it anyway. I like books and book print and this even discussed the font used to print the book.It also told about the pictures and the paper and pencils used to produce them. The pictures were excellent and at times the story went on in pictures instead of

  8. says:

    My 8 year old son asked for this book as they were reading it at school and he really wanted his own copy so he could look at the beautiful pi

  9. says:

    Great book, delivered on time, buti put on delivery note to leave inside porch if I wasn't home, so I left the porch window open for the delivery guy to put it through, however on returning home from work found a card pushed through

  10. says:

    Brilliant book, my daughter has read it over and over again, lots of pictures as well so kids who can’t read that well would enjoy it, and because there’s so many pictures adults could read it to their children and it wo

  11. says:

    My daughter (aged 10) loves this book. It does have a lot of brilliant sketches which she finds inspiring as she likes to draw. Even though the book is rather chubby she kept on borrowing a copy from school, and dragged it to and from school every day for several weeks, hence now she has her own copy. It is a brilliant s

  12. says:

    It's a fantastic book
    Very well made, the drawings are like you were watching the movie.
    The story itself is quite entertaining
    My son and me enjoy reading this book together.

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 The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick (2007-01-30)

E b. Beautifully crafted story both in words and illustrations It reads like an old black and white movie The illustrations are breath taking every time I look I see a new detail Love that they are rendered solely with graphite and charcoal It gives the book a historical feel like you are in a time before color which just enhances the story so much I had such a sense of wonder when I finished that I will be reading his entire line

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Ook. My 8 year old son asked for this book as they were reading it at school and he really wanted his own copy so he could look at the beautiful pictures at home He saved up his pocket money to buy it and read it every night which is really unlike him He normally hates reading at home and it was lovely to see him so engaged with a story He enjoyed telling me about the characters and the plot It is a beautiful book and the hardback copy would make a lovely present for a child

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Rar. This book is AMAZING if only for the illustrations alone But when coupled with a wonderful story as well you have a winner that will delight all ages I just love looking at the detailed illustrations It s unlike any book I ve ever seen before I m so very glad I bought this I ve already ordered two of Brian Selznick s books These books are keepersPlease let me know if you found this review helpful to you Like you I rely on reviews when I buy online and I d like to know if mine are helpful Thanks


About the Author: By Brian Selznick

Brian Selznick grew up in New Jersey and graduated from the Rhode Island School of Art and Design in 1988 He worked for two years after graduation at Eeyores Books for Children in New York City His first book was published while he worked thereBrian has also designed theater sets and worked as a professional puppeteer His first book The Houdini Box was inspired by a fascination with the famous magician He has illustrated both novels and picture books for other writers including the Sibert Honor books When Marian Sang by Pam Munoz Ryan and Walt Whitman Words for America by Barbara Kerley His illustrations for Barbara Kerleys The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins won a Caldecott Honor Award in 2002; and in 2008 his groundbreaking book The Invention of Hugo Cabret was awarded the Caldecott Medal It was nominated for a National Book Award and was the basis for Martin Scorseses Oscar winning film Hugo His follow up illustrated novel Wonderstruck debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list Brians next book The Marvels will be published in the fall of 2015 Brian divides his time between New York and San Diego