Wonderstruck

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Product Details

Price
$29.99  $27.59
Publisher
Scholastic Press
Publish Date
Pages
608
Dimensions
5.86 X 8.7 X 2.15 inches | 2.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780545027892

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About the Author

Brian Selznick is the Caldecott Medal-winning creator of the New York Times bestsellers The Invention of Hugo Cabret, adapted into Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning Hugo, Wonderstruck, adapted into Todd Haynes's eponymous movie, and The Marvels. Among the celebrated picture books Selznick has illustrated are the Caldecott Honor Book The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins by Barbara Kerley, and the Sibert Honor Book When Marian Sang by Pam MuΓ±oz Ryan. His books appear in over 35 languages. He has also worked as a bookseller, a puppeteer, and a screenwriter. He divides his time between Brooklyn, New York and San Diego, California.

Reviews

Awards and Praise for Wonderstruck

#1 New York Times Bestseller
New York Times Notable Children's Book
ALA Notable Children's Book
Parents' Choice Gold Winner
Publishers Weekly Best Book


"Engrossing, intelligent, beautifully engineered and expertly told in word and image." -- The New York Times Book Review

"Moving and ingenious . . ." -- The Wall Street Journal

"Brian Selznick proves to be that rare creator capable of following one masterpiece--The Invention of Hugo Cabret--with another even more brilliantly executed." -- Washington Post

"Another entrancing, exquisitely illustrated novel . . . Older kids and adults alike will be mesmerized by the interlocking stories. A verbal and visual marvel." -- Family Circle

* "A gift for the eye, mind, and heart." -- Booklist, starred review

* "Visually stunning, completely compelling."-- Kirkus Reviews, starred review

* "Innovative . . . has the makings of a classic." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review

* "A thing of wonder to behold . . . an emotional experience that neither the words nor the illustrations could achieve on their own."-- School Library Journal, starred review