‘The Invention of Hugo Cabret’ by Brian Selznick 
Set in a railway station in Paris 22 year old Hugo Cabret has many secrets. His uncle, the time keeper is missing. Hugo is keeping all the station clocks going himself. He has an automaton. He steals parts from the toy booth in the station to help repair it. But he isn’t the only person who is hiding things from others. A lovely read illuminating some of the early works of the silent movies, this book is part text and part illustration. Suitable for Year 6+

You can find this book in the senior library at F SEL in the historical section. or check the status of the book here or shortcut to audio book on Overdrive here

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