The Houdini Box

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Click for availability and more information The Houdini Box, by Brian Selznick

If you are a fan of The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Selznick's Caldecott winner from 2008, this reissue of Selznick's 1991 story The Houdini Box is sure to please. An "I Can Read" book aimed at young readers, this is a story that will please lower elementary age readers and reluctant older readers. Selznick weaves a mystery about a young boy who finds a box that may contain Houdini's secrets. Includes Selznick's trademark sketch drawings, as well as interesting facts about Houdini's life.

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