Hugo Cabret is a book about a boy that’s 11 years old and he lives in a train station in Paris, France. This book is full of adventures. It helps you learn that you could do many things without nobody’s help. You should never give up. At the end your worst enemy ( the old man ) can be your friend. It made me feel good and happy. I think it’s a really good book for people that don’t like to read that much because, almost all the book is full of pictures but, it’s better than the movie since it has lot’s of details. At the beginning of the book there’s lot’s of pictures and it helps you understand what’s going to happen.

   Some of the adventures were... when a really old man that moved the clocks gears died Hugo, an orphan kid, needed to do that work. People new the old man died but, they thought “How does it work if the man died?” Another adventure is when Hugo saw a girl named Isabelle. He wanted his notebook, that an old man took from him because, he was stealing some things he needed to work on the automaton.

   I have a connection when I was eight years old I had a really hard homework that I needed to build a animal with clay. I needed some stuff so I told my mom to please go and buy white and black clay to do a penguin. So, she went and I started building it but, it was really hard but, I didn;t give up. At the end I made it and got a good grade.

   That’s way Hugo Cabret is my favorite character in this book. He helped me keep on going and never give up. I also liked how he didn’t care about what others think about him he keeped on building the automaton.

   I recommend this book for people that like adventures and mysteries. It looks really long but, you should pick that book up start reading it and then you would not want to stop. This is a book for 9 years old and above. This book is AWESOME!!!

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