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Join the Geronimo Stilton Webcrawl!

On the occasion of the launch of Geronimo Stilton graphic novels, Papercutz has teamed up with kidzworld.com, clubtuki.com, and imagination-cafe.com to create a fun webcrawl for Geronimo Stilton fans! Kids who successfully complete the webcrawl will receive a free wallpaper/desktop background for their computer, and a chance to win all three Geronimo Stilton graphic novels.


Geronimo Stilton #1 “The Discovery of America” (ISBN: 978-1-59707-158-1) and Geronimo Stilton #2 “The Secret of the Sphinx” (ISBN: 978-1-59707-159-8) are both in stores now. Geronimo Stilton #3 “The Coliseum Con” (ISBN: 978-1-59707-172-7) is in stores on November 24th.


The Geronimo Stilton graphic novels are popular in their native Italy but have never appeared in the United States until now. Each book is a 56-page full-color hardcover priced at $9.95 (United States) and $12.75 (Canada). For more information, visit http://www.papercutz.com/stilton/index.html


Check out first 10 pages of the exciting story Geronimo Stilton #2 “The Secret of the Sphinx”!


The webcrawl is now unfortunately over, but thanks to everyone who joined in! Check back for more, fun and exciting things to do on Kidzworld!
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