Facebook Twitter Google RSS

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

The Invention of Hugo Cabret

Nirupam     05:05:00  No comments

Author- Brain Selznick
Publishers -Scholastic
Pages- 596
Cost- Rs 950
ISBN- 978-0-439-81378-5

The Invention Of Hugo Cabret is a wonderful novel written by Brian Selznick. The book even though big is really simple to read. The main characters of the book are Hugo, Isabelle, George Melies, and Mama Jeanne. 

The book can be called a comic, a novel, a graphic novel, a picture book and even a combination of all these. But to keep it simple I call it a 'Book with pictures and words'. As the name tells us its about a wonderful invention of Hugo. The book is actually about an automaton which Hugo's father found in the attic of a museum which they both tried to fix. After his father's death, Hugo was taken care by his uncle who taught him to steal and fix clocks. After that he started stealing from a toy shop in the railway station to fix the automaton. He meets a girl named Isabelle when he was caught by the shopkeeper George Melies. They both become friends and they fix the automaton which draws a picture of a famous movie and signs it using the name of George Melies. Then they both try to find out the relation between movies and Papa George as Isabelle used to call him. And in the end.........Why should I be a suspense spoiler? It's more fun when reading the book yourself and knowing the entire thing. And this book is really simple to read as more than three hundred pages are taken up by the pictures and the number of words in a page is really less. A movie adaptation of the book is also there named Hugo. SO read this book to get answers to the questions in your mind about the books and also to get to know how exciting it is to read books with pictures.

Nirupam V
IX C

S3735

Readers' Club KV Kanjikode


Readers' Club is a group of book lovers of Kendriya Vidyalaya Kanjikode. You can find the book reviews, book talks and activities of Readers' Club here
Visit the library website here

0 comments :

Recent Posts

Labels

A Brief History of Time Aadhi Arun Aarti Nair activity Adityanath KL Adventures of Tom Sawyer Agatha Christie Ajey Vijaya Alana Rajeev alice in wonderland Aman Rahman Amar Chitra Katha Ameya S Nair Amish P Raghavan Amish Tripathi Amitha A Anagha Iyer Ananya Nair Angel of the Dark Anusree Aswin Dev BHARAT – THE MAN WHO BUILD A NATION Biography Birbal Stories Black Beauty book review Book Talk Book Talks bookreviews Charles Dickens Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator Charlotte's Web Chetan Bhagat Cinderella CIndrela Class IV D Class IX A Class IX C Class V B Class VI B Class VII C Class VII D Class VIII A Class VIII B Class VIII D Class X A Class X B Class X D Classics comics David Copperfield Deaths Behind Diary of a Wimpy Kid Diary of a Young Girl Diya D P Diya D P Dollar Bahu Dork Diaries Drisya D P Drisya DP Dust on the Mountain E B White Enid Blyton Enormous Crocodile expereience fairy tales Fantastic Mr. Fox favourite books Fidha Rahman Five point someone friend Ganga George's Marvellous Medicine geronimo stilton Geronimo Stilton Save the White Whale Goosebumps Gopi Diaries Grandma's Bag of Stories Gulliver's Travels harry potter Horrid Henry interpreter of maladies Jafsa John Boyne Joicy Judo Joshna N Journey to the Centre of the Earth Jules Verne Jumpa Lahiri Jungle Book kid spy Krishnalaya Krishnapriya Kunjunni Kavithakal Lakshmi Mohan Little Women Lost Temple Louisa May Alcott mac barnett mac undercover Mahabharata matilda medical thriller Molly Moon murder by the sea NAUGHTY AMELIA JANE news Nia Muralidharan Nimal Niveda P Norton Juster paulo coelho Peter Pan pimple party poem Praseeda quiz R J Palacio R L Stine Rain in the Mountains Randall Munroe rdc readers' club report review reviews Rithin Raj Riya Krishna roald dahl Roald Dahl Day robin cook Robin Hood Rudyard Kipling Ruskin Bond Salt in His Shoes satyajit ray Secret Seven Shadow of Darkness Sharmishta Rout Smriti P T Somatmika Spiderman Sreerag Sudeeptha Sudha Murthy Sudha Murty The Alcheimist The Alchemist the bet The BFG The Blue Umbrella The Book Thief The boy in the stripped pyjamas The Godfather THE HAUNTED HOUSE PARTY THE IMMORTILS OF MELUHA The Life is What We Make It The Magic Finger The Merchant of Venice The Naughtiest Girl in School The Outsider The Pale Horse The Phantom Tollbooth The Selfish Giant The Storm The Winter Oak Thea Stilton And The Mystery in Paris Thrillers Treasure Island Unni's Story Vaikom Muhammed Basheer Vedakalyani KB Vidyuth Vikram Betal Vineet Aggarwal what if William Shakespeare winnie the pooh wise and otherwise wonder Yutika

GK Quiz

Blog Archive

Competitions for You