Inky's Choice: The Invention of Hugo Cabret
We've been pleasantly surprised, over the last few weeks, over the number of reviews making their way onto The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Part novel, part graphic novel, it is the story of Hugo, a twelve year old orphan who lives in the walls of a Paris train stations.
Inside A Dog reviewers had this to say about it:
"I loved the way they have used detailed pictures and a small amount of text. This let's you imagine your own version of the story and then you are fixed up by the text." isabellai
"Hugo has faced tough times in his life and author, Brian Selznick really engages you and draws you into the pictures of this book, making you feel like you are experiencing the high and lows of Hugo's life with him." ameliad
Intrigued? There was also a movie that was released at the start of the year.