The Invention Of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick
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The books tells virtue stories in a popular way kids like. Thus kids understand the truth of virtue in relaxation and joy. Little Hero in Holland praises a brave boy who is persistent till succeed. Looking for a Boy teaches kids how to keep self-discipline and be a good and popular kid. In Honest Woodcutter, the honesty of the hero gives him unexpected good return. Friendship Between the Frog and the Snake tells people the horror of rumors and the value of friendship ...

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Published November 1, 2007 by Tai WAN Dong Fang/Tsai Fong Books. 534 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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New York Magazine

The yearlong residence of Hugo Cabret and the “Wimpy Kid” books near the top of the Times chapter-book best-seller list—typically populated by the usual suspects of young-adult best-sellerdom, like fantasy epics and li’l-chick lit—represents the first wave of a potential revolution in the YA mark...

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The Trades

When passing the ruins of the museum, Hugo saw the remains of the mechanical man his father had told him about, a mysterious automaton that appeared designed to write a message, but which was in disrepair even when Hugo's father was alive.

Feb 21 2007 | Read Full Review of The Invention Of Hugo Cabret ...

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