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Brian Selznick, Winner of the 2007 Caldecott Award
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Brian Selznick, Illustrator
The Invention of Hugo Cabret
An elegant second "gift" edition following upon the success of the movie, printed in the UK by Scholastic. Signed by Selznick on a tipped in signature card. Inside the front cover a CD of an interview with Brian Selznick. All edges gold. A very handsome copy of a very wonderful book.
Scholastic, New York, 2008. Hard Cover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New.
Inventory# 8600 Price $200.00

It is 1931, and twelve-year-old Hugo Cabret, the orphaned son of a clockmaker, lives in secret in a forgotten room in the Paris train station so the authorities won’t realize he is now on his own. He is terrified of being caught and sent away, but his greatest secret is the automaton his beloved father discovered in a museum attic — a mechanical man which, when fixed properly, will write a secret message. Caldecott Honor artist Brian Selznick creates a fascinating story of intertwining mysteries, secrets, and revelations told partly through prose and partly through pages of intricate, wordless black-and white drawings.



Brian Selznick, Author Illustrator
The Houdini Box

NY: Knopf: 1991. First edition indicated. Selznick's first book for children. Inscribed by the author-illustrator in 1991.." For Claire Enjoy! from your friend Brian Selznick ". Foreshadows Hugo Cabret. Wonderfu illustrations as seen to the right. Fine in near fine dust jacket. Inventory # 7768 Price $150.00

Brian Selznick, Illustrator, Author
First Edition October 2011, Scholastic Press, NY.
Signed by Selznick on the free endpaper. Fine in Fine. Inventory #8584 Price $90.00



Brian Selznick, Illustrator
Author: Conrad, Pam
Title: Doll Face Has a Party!

Description: First edition, first printing. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Signed by the illustrator on front end paper with small dollface illustration, dated 10-2-94. Illustrator's first picture book. When Doll Face can't find Sweet Cake for her party, a chair, a tiny tin piano, and a whispering balloon come to life to help her find the finishing touch to her soiree. Inventory # 7780 Price 60.00
Brian Selznick, Author Illustrator
1ST EDITION/1ST PRINTING STATED hardback Book FINE new copy/dustjacket FINE new in brodart cover, SIGNED by SELZNICK. 5th grader Alonzo King was born on Halloween and lives by a haunted graveyard. Selznick has a field day with pen and paper. Inventory # 7773 Price $240.00
Brian Selznick, Illustrator
Author: Pam Munoz Ryan
Title: Riding Freedom
Description: green boards, dj in plastic cover. book is clean and tight, signed on title page by Ryan & Selznick. stated first edition. Inventory# 7772 Price $120.00
Brian Selznick, Illustrator
Author: Kerley, Barbara
Title: The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins

New York, NY: Scholastic Press, 2001, New York, NY, Hard Cover. Near Fine. First Edition. 4to - over 11" - 13" Tall. unpaginated, dark brown-black-gilt boards & dj, w/color pictorial front, illustrated endpapers, SIGNED by Selznick on the title page. A true dinosaur story - in three ages - from a childhood love of art, to the monumental dinosaur sculptures at the Crystal Palace in England, to the thwarted work in New York's Central Park. An illuminating history of Mr. Waterhouse Hawkins, artist & lecturer. Tiny bump to head of spine, in NF DJ with light creasing at head of spine; DJ in mylar cover. Inventory # 7774 Price $105.00
Brian Selznick, Illustrator
Author: Wells, Rosemary

Description: 2002 Hyperion. First Edtion, First Printing. SIGNED BY BOTH AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR on the title page. Beautifully produced and illustrated in color. A FINE unread copy in FINE, unclipped Dust Jacket. 7 x 10"; 63 pp. Inventory # 7771 Price $160.00
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Hugo Cabret
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Hugo Cabret
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Boy of a thousand faces
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Brian Selznick, Illustrator,
Author: Martin, Ann M.; Godwin, Laura
Title: The Meanest Doll in the World

Advance Reading Copy in pictorial wraps, new & unread. Signed by co-author Laura Godwin and signed & dated 2003 by illustrator Brian Selznick on the half-title page. Pub. date Sept. 2003. Sequel to The Doll People. 271 pp.Inventory# 7790 Price $75.00

Brian Selznick, Illustrator,
Amelia and Eleanor Go For A Ride
In 1933, famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt stole away from a White House dinner, commandeered a plane and flew off on an adventure while dressed in their evening gowns! Based on a true story, with very handsome b&w drawings throughout by Selznick. INSCRIBED "FOR SYLVIA, ENJOY!" & SIGNED BY SELZNICK ON THE TITLE PAGE. Fine copy. Inventory # 7791 Price $75.00

Books Illustrated by Selznick

Amelia and Eleanor Go For A Ride
Barnyard Prayers
Boy of A Thousand Faces
Boy Who Longed For A Lift
Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins
Doll Face Has a Party!
Head of The Class
Houdini Box
Invention of Hugo Cabret
Lunch Money
Meanest Doll in the World
Our House
Riding Freedom
Robot King
School Story
Walt Whitman, Words For America
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