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 Hugo Cabret #11 Favorite part?
Karen
Posted: Jul 14 2008, 07:03 AM


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As we begin to wind down out discussion of Hugo, I have to ask, did you have a favorite part?


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Posted: Jul 14 2008, 12:38 PM


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When Hugo found the automaton, I was so happy!
Not only was this so much of his father's life but it also gave Hugo a purpose, to fix it and read the message.
I coudn't wait until he did and almost looked ahead to see what happened! tongue.gif

I also liked the part when Hugo and Isabelle snuck into the movie theater. For a short while, he was happy, without any cares or responsibilities, just like kids his age should be!


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Posted: Jul 14 2008, 01:46 PM


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Rose highlighted the parts of the book that I like the most also-nothing more to add. Anne r
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I think I liked the illustrations that showed Hugo fixing the wind up mouse for the old man. I was so proud that he was able to simply fix it...I like imagining the look on the old man's face.

Thanks Rose and Anne, I loved the automaton discovery too!


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Posted: Jul 21 2008, 01:31 PM


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#1: Whole book is my favorite. When the toy booth many rescues hugo and is wearing the magician cape, rescuing hugo from the guards and jail.

#2: Whole book is my favorite. I kinda like it when Hugo looks out the clock tower and sees the town, imagining the whole town is like a robot.

#3: I liked linking the illustrations into the story. I liked it when Hugo first dragged the automatron out of the closet, and tries to fix it. Took a while to solve that mystery.
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QUOTE (Depputante @ Jul 21 2008, 02:31 PM)
#1: Whole book is my favorite. When the toy booth many rescues hugo and is wearing the magician cape, rescuing hugo from the guards and jail.

#2: Whole book is my favorite. I kinda like it when Hugo looks out the clock tower and sees the town, imagining the whole town is like a robot.

#3: I liked linking the illustrations into the story. I liked it when Hugo first dragged the automatron out of the closet, and tries to fix it. Took a while to solve that mystery.

That was a great part...when he was rescued from the guards.


Hugo looking out of the clock is one of my favorites too, I can't wait to see this part in the movie.

It DID take a whle to solve that mystery didn't it? wink.gif


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Jumping into the discussion late. I really liked the way that the book had such a happy ending. Everyone needed each other. And every circumstance had to play out exactly as it did.


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