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For his new film, director Martin Scorsese worked to re-create the scenes of Brian Selznick's illustrated children's book The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Jaap Buitendijk/GK Films hide caption

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In 'Hugo,' Scorsese Salutes A Movie Magician

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A Wordless World: The story of Rose, a deaf little girl in Brian Selznick's Wonderstruck, is told primarily in pictures. "We experience [Rose's] story in a way that perhaps might echo the way she experiences her own life," Selznick explains. Brian Selznick/ hide caption

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'Wonderstruck': A Novel Approach To Picture Books

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Stories of Magic, Medieval Times Win Book Awards

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The Intricate, Cinematic World of 'Hugo Cabret'

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