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In 1931 Paris, 14-year-old Hugo Cabret lives with his widowed father, a clockmaker who works at a museum. Hugo's father finds a broken automaton – a mechanical man created to write with a pen. He and Hugo try to repair it, documenting their work in a notebook. When his father dies in a fire, Hugo goes to live with his father's alcoholic brother, Uncle Claude, who maintains the clocks at Gare Montparnasse railway station. When Claude goes missing, Hugo continues maintaining the clocks, fearing that Station Inspector Gustave Dasté will send him away if Claude's absence is discovered. Hugo attempts to repair the automaton with stolen parts, believing it contains a message from his father, but the machine requires a heart-shaped key.
The Invention of Hugo Cabret is a highly illustrated historical fiction novel written by Brian Selznick and published in 2007. The novel follows an orphan boy-Hugo-who, after the death of his uncle, lives by himself in the walls of a Paris train station, repairing the clocks. There are mysteries in Hugo's life which surround the death of his father and the damaged automaton that Hugo and his father have both tried to repair. These mysteries become intertwined with the fate of silent film director and illusionist Georges Méliès, who owns a toy shop at the train station. Selznick describes the book as a combination of novel, picture book, graphic novel, flipbook, and movie. The Invention of Hugo Cabret is the first novel ever to win the Caldecott Medal (an honor traditionally given to picture books) and was adapted to the Martin Scorsese-directed film Hugo, which was nominated for eleven Academy Awards. (Source: www.sparknotes.com)