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The Invention of Hugo CabretOrphan clock keeper and thief Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity But when his world suddenly interloc Knowing I had to return this to the library tomorrow I had a browse and noticed it is majority pictures and not a whole of lot text So this evening I managed to read the entire thing out loud to my mother and sister 💖Boom Now I can return it having read this masterpiece You know machines never have any extra parts They have the exact number and type of parts they need So I believe that if the entire world is a big machine I have to be here for some reason And that means you have to be here for some reason too I absolutely adore the film Hugo so when I found out it was originally a book I felt I had to pick it up This story follows a young boy Hugo who lives in the train station in Paris He lives alone taking care of the many clocks around the station and making sure they are all running smoothly He has with him a machine his father told him about An automaton that he is determined to fix up The story itself is very simple about Hugo's survival in the train station and how his life changes forever when he has a run in with the old man who runs the toy booth Everything in this tale joins together; Hugo's automaton the old man and his toys his father's love of movies it all combines to create a wonderful story It is a magical tale filled with wonder and joy in the simple things What tipped it to the five star mark for me were the wonderful illustrations in this novel Pages of drawings that serve to tell parts of the story where we don't read any text at all and we just see the story unfold before our very eyesBreathtaking

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Drawing a treasured notebook a stolen key a mechanical man and a hidden message from Hugo's dead father form the backbone of this intricate tender and spellbinding mystery Words cannot describe how much I loved this book “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” is one of the first chapter books to win a Caldecott Medal and is cleverly written and illustrated by Brian Selznick and it is about how an orphaned boy named Hugo finds out the secrets contained in his most prized possessiona mechanical man from his dead father “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” is clearly one of the most exciting and amazing books ever created for childrenBrian Selznick has created a book that goes beyond what any children’s book has gone before Brian Selznick has made this story extremely dramatic and exciting at the same time as it details the adventures of an orphaned boy in Paris and how he tries to uncover the mystery of the mechanical man Brian Selznick makes the characters in this book extremely memorable especially the main character Hugo Cabret as Hugo is shown as a boy who has a huge ambition and yet he always feels lonely and insecure when he is around other people since he spent most of his life alone and children will easily sympathize with his situation as any child might feel a bit secluded from other people whenever they lose a loved one Another memorable character is Isabelle the toy maker’s daughter who is shown as being a strong heroine and she is always shown yearning for information about life that she will not let anyone get in her way including Hugo Brian Selznick also makes the story extremely creative as the book is set up as two pages are filled with writing while the next few pages are full of illustrations only Brian Selznick’s illustrations are amazingly beautiful as they are mainly in black and white colors but the characters look so realistic that they make this book extremely beautiful to look at The illustrations also help move the story along as there are two pages full of writing while the next four or five pages are full of illustrations that detail what happens in the story and the next few pages are full of writing again while continuing the story Brian Selznick illustrates the characters’ expressions in such a realistic manner that ranges from shock to happiness that children will easily relate to the characters“The Invention of Hugo Cabret” is a truly distinguished children’s book that is ahead of its time and it will always remain to be one of the best books ever created I would recommend this book to children ages seven and up since the length of this book might bored smaller childrenReview is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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The Invention of Hugo Cabret kindle ↠ 533 pages Å Brian Selznick Å Orphan clock keeper and thief Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity But when his world suddenly interlocks with an eccentric bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs aKs with an eccentric bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs a toy booth in the station Hugo's undercover life and his most precious secret are put in jeopardy A cryptic 35I admit that for a while I thought this book might be one of those children's picture books whose ratings reflect the artwork and not the story And yeah the artwork is pretty niftyBut as the story began to unfold and became entwined with historical events I gradually turned my attention from the drawings to Hugo Cabret and co The book is set in Paris in the 1930s and Hugo is an orphan who only manages to survive each day by clinging to the hope that he will one day fix the automaton his father had been working on and that it will reveal a hidden message left to himI had also originally thought that this book was tagged historical fiction because it happens to be set in the 1930s but no there is a real story in here that I found both interesting and educational Parts of the book managed to achieve that which we all really want from a children's book magical flair But other parts fell short of it I found the ending to be somewhat anticlimatic as well but on the whole it was a nice story and I really enjoyed the history lesson behind it Rounded up to four stars because I'm feeling nice