The Invention of Hugo Cabret or The Invention of Hugo Cabret: a Novel in Words and Pictures is a novel by Brian Selznick that takes place in 1931 Paris, France. The book is about an orphan named Hugo Cabret living in the walls of a Paris train station. The book is mostly two page illustrations, with a handful of written pages. The Invention of Hugo Cabret won the 2008 Caldecott Medal.

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