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Like many people, I waited in anticipation
for Brian Selznick's newest "picture book".
His book The Invention of Hugo Cabret
won a prestigious Caldecott medal and was
ground breaking because it was considered
a picture book yet was the size of a novel.
Wonder Struck is just as great
as Hugo in my opinion.
Selznick created a 639 page
picture book that tells two
stories, one with illustrations
and one with words.
At the end, the two stories merge
in a surprising way.
Whether you are 10 or 100, you owe
it to yourself to find a copy of this
book and enjoy a really good read.