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Hugo reluctantly agrees since that meant delaying his working on the clocks.
Meanwhile, the shopkeeper decides to make Hugo work at the toy booth, saying that he just might give the notebook back if he did so.
The hardcover edition was released on January 30, 2007, and the paperback edition was released on June 2, 2008.
With 284 pictures between the book's 533 pages, the book depends as much on its pictures as it does on the words.
He sold toys from a booth in a Paris railway station, which provides the setting of the story.
Selznick drew Méliès's real door in the book, as well as real columns and other details from the Montparnasse railway station in Paris.
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