The Invention of Hugo Cabret is a fantastic novel written by Brian Selznick. He tells the story of Hugo Cabret; an orphan living in Paris, France. Brian Selznick tells Hugo's story in not just words, but PICTURES!
The book is made out of old clothes and teaches a child how to use zippers, buttons, snaps, and hooks on clothing - add a page for tying shoes. Would be so sweet to use your kids' old clothes to make books for their children!
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'Wild Rose' by Emily Winfield Martin - 'Wild-eyed and wreathed in braids and thorns and leaves and rosehips, this pink-cheeked Rose lives at the edge of the forest and in brambly, overgrown thickets, accompanied only by her tiny grey squirrel.
These are the books every child should own. And never throw away.
Writing prompt Actually had a idea for something like this, but the protagonist was the 6 year old, and was freed after 10 years. Then she was recruited by a agency to find the people that murdered her parents and framed her.