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, Todd Haynes's Wonderstruck, 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 Munoz 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.
Awards and Praise for The Invention of Hugo Cabret 2008 Caldecott Medal winner National Book Award Finalist #1 New York Times Bestseller New York Times Best Illustrated Book Los Angeles Times Favorite Children's Book of the Year TIME Magazine's 100 Best Children's and Young Adult Books of All Time "Evokes wonder . . . like a silent film on paper." -- The New York Times "A fast-paced treat." -- People Magazine "Distinctive."-- The Wall Street Journal "Cinematic."-- Parenting Magazine "Captivating."-- Los Angeles Times Book Review "If your kid loves the J.K. Rowling series, then [they are] bound to enjoyThe Invention of Hugo Cabret. . ."-- Good Housekeeping * "A true masterpiece."-- Publishers Weekly, starred review * "Fade to black and cue the applause!"-- Kirkus, starred review * "Complete genius."-- Horn Book, starred review * "Breathtaking . . . shatters conventions."-- School Library Journal, starred review * "An original and creative integration of art and text."-- The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, starred review "Visually stunning . . . raises the bar." -- San Antonio Express-News