T is for Train Station – #AtoZChallenge


Living inside the walls of a train station, the hero of Brian Selznick’s THE INVENTION OF HUGO CABRET spies on a world that that is out of his reach – that is until he befriends a girl who has the key that operates a mysterious automaton that Hugo ‘rescues’ from a burnt museum. With its highly-detailed pencil drawings, this 500+ page book gives a new meaning to ‘graphic novel.’ It is a delightfully imaginative story that can be enjoyed by kids as young as early elementary with a firm basis in history.



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