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Gotta Love Geronimo Stilton

Four great books featuring the world's coolest mouse: Geronimo Stilton!


Geronimo Stilton: The Kingdom Of Fantasy


Geronimo Stilton is floored when he stumbles on a doorway to the Kingdom Of Fantasy in his own attic! Entering the Kingdom starts him on the adventure of three lifetimes, as he faces giant scorpions, witches, pixies and other fantastical creatures who try to stop him on his quest to save the Queen Of The Fairies. This exciting book is full of maps, secret codes, riddles, puzzles and much more.


Geronimo Stilton: The Karate Mouse


Geronimo Stilton suddenly finds himself competing in the World Karate Championships. It’s all thanks to Bruce Hyena and his cousin, Piccolo Tao, who both think Geronimo might have what it takes to win the championship - even with only one week to train! Geronimo’s going to have to work hard and forget his fears if he plans on making it through the first round, let alone the whole competition!


 

Geronimo Stilton: Singing Sensation


After being enrolled in the Song Festival, Geronimo Stilton's song, Welcome To New Mouse City, goes to the top of the charts and makes Geronimo a star, but very few CDs are sold after the festival. Will Geronimo and his detective friend, Hercule Poirat, be able to solve the mystery?


Geronimo Stilton: Thea Stilton And The Ghost Of The Shipwreck


During a marine biology lesson at Mouseford Academy, the Thea Sisters learn about a mysterious shipwreck off Whale Island. According to legend, a very rare diamond called Jasmine's Heart was on the ship when it sank. When biology teacher Professor Van Kraken disappears, the Thea Sisters have to dive into the deep ocean to find him and the jewel. And just when they think their adventures are over, they receive an invitation to travel to China to find another missing treasure. It's an adventure these five world-traveling mice will never forget!


FYI: Thea Stilton is Geronimo's youngest sister, a rodent with a professionally successful career, and unrepentant heartbreaker in her private life. A skilled photographer continuously in search of her latest scoop, Thea is ready to leave to exciting adventure at the mere drop of a word, and punctually returns with sensational articles and photos. She rides a motorcycle, flies a plane, loves racing cars, is a certified parachute jumper, holds a black belt in karate and teaches survival courses. Thea can also be frivolous and teasingly spiteful, and loves the latest fashions.



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