The Invention of Hugo Cabret is one of the best American historical novel published by Scholastic and written and illustrated by American author Brian Selznick. The hardcover edition of The Invention of Hugo Cabret was published on date 30th Jan 2007 and the paperback edition of the book was published on date 2nd June 2008. The best thing about this novel is it contains 284 pictures in the total of 533 pages and depends equally on its words and pictures. You can download The Invention of Hugo Cabret PDF at the end.
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The story of the book is inspired by the true story of turn-of-the-century French pioneer filmmaker Georges Melies, his collection of mechanical and survival films and his wind-up figures known as Automata. The author decided to add up an Automaton to the storyline after reading Gaby Wood’s book Edison’s Eve published in 2007, which revolves around the story of Edison’s attempt to develop a talking wind-up doll. Melies sold a set of automata to the museum but it was forgotten because of passing times. Unfortunately, when it was considered by someone they were ruined by rainwater. The major characters of the story are Georges Melies automation, Hugo’s Father, Georges Melies, Isabelle and Hugo Cabret.
Features of The Invention pdf:
- The Invention of Hugo Cabret is written by Brain Selznick.
- The novel is written in English language and was published in the United States.
- The novel comes under the Genre of Historical fiction.
- The Invention of Hugo Cabret is published on 30th Jan 2007.
- The Invention of Hugo Cabret consists of a total of 526 pages.
- The Invention of Hugo Cabret is loved by the readers and experts and won the Caldecott Medal in the year of 2008 and several other awards and medals.
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