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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2005

    What the Books are About

    In these books from the popular Geronimo Stilton series, Geronimo firstly goes to Transratania to save his cousin Trap (with Thea and Benjamin). At first they think that the mice in the castle are regular spooky vampires. But then they notice strange goings on in the castle...and it all boils down to 'Red Pizzas for a Blue Count'. In book 8, 'Attack of the Bandit Cats', Geronimo and family embark on a journey to find the Silver Island. But soon they realize it is only a ship full of cats who want to eat them! They have to be quick as mice to figure out a plan in order for them not to be Roast Mouse Surprise with Extra Slugs! And in the final book read on this tape, 'A Fabumouse Vacation for Geronimo', Geronimo goes on a delightful vacation...or so he thinks. His annoying assistant teenage editor of 'The Rodent's Gazette', is coming along for the trip with lots of annoying Mouse Scouts! And soon, Geronimo notices that all of the food in the hotel is rotten and full of bugs!! But he soon realizes that a rotten vacation can turn into a fabumouse one. Enjoy these tapes read by Edward Herrmann, and I hope you give it thumbs up too! LH Age 8

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