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What’s Geronimo to do in order to prevent the Pirate Cats from turning the almost-complete Eiffel Tower into a gigantic monument to Catardone’s already monumental ego? No matter what the answer, this is a mission that will require the scientific expertise of Ampy Von Volt, as Geronimo takes to the skies in this new high-flying adventure set in late 19th century Paris.


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What’s Geronimo to do in order to prevent the Pirate Cats from turning the almost-complete Eiffel Tower into a gigantic monument to Catardone’s already monumental ego? No matter what the answer, this is a mission that will require the scientific expertise of Ampy Von Volt, as Geronimo takes to the skies in this new high-flying adventure set in late 19th century Paris.

30 review for We'll Always Have Paris

  1. 5 out of 5

    Astrid Langeveld

    Mijn zoontje van 8 jaar heeft dit boek alleen gelezen en ik ook. Het is het eerste boek wat hij van Geronimo Stilton leest en is helemaal fan nu! Ik heb eerder met mijn dochter al een boek van hem gelezen, dus ik was al fan. Dit boek is in stripverhaal vorm geschreven. De plaatjes maken het nog echter en van dit boek leer je ongemerkt ook iets over de Eiffeltoren.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sam Kuntz

    Geronimo Stilton traveled through the Speedrat to 1887 Paris, France. The Pirate cats were trying to get Gustave Eiffel to name the tower named after them but after that did not work. They loaded the Eiffel tower with explosives to transform the tower into the shape of a cat. Geronimo went back to the lab of the Prof. Von Volt for help. The Prof. came back with them and did his one round of explosions. Prof Von Volt's plan had worked! Geronimo and his friends went home and had a party! Geronimo Stilton traveled through the Speedrat to 1887 Paris, France. The Pirate cats were trying to get Gustave Eiffel to name the tower named after them but after that did not work. They loaded the Eiffel tower with explosives to transform the tower into the shape of a cat. Geronimo went back to the lab of the Prof. Von Volt for help. The Prof. came back with them and did his one round of explosions. Prof Von Volt's plan had worked! Geronimo and his friends went home and had a party!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy

    Want your kids to learn about the building of the Eiffel Tower? The mouse Geronimo Stilton and his family and friends goes in a time machine to Paris in 1889 to stop the Pirate Cats from changing history but along the way readers will learn about real history as it happened! There is fifty six pages of beautiful illustrations that the kids will love. The characters are also adorable and my kids always look forward to me reading about Geronimo Stilton and his fellow adventurers. This particular st Want your kids to learn about the building of the Eiffel Tower? The mouse Geronimo Stilton and his family and friends goes in a time machine to Paris in 1889 to stop the Pirate Cats from changing history but along the way readers will learn about real history as it happened! There is fifty six pages of beautiful illustrations that the kids will love. The characters are also adorable and my kids always look forward to me reading about Geronimo Stilton and his fellow adventurers. This particular story involves Geronimo’s team trying to stop the villainous Pirate Cats from building their own cat statue and therefore change history for their reputation and fame. But will Geronimo stop them in time and also outwit them? Pick up this book today!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Adric Rangel

    Me he convertido en una lectora de estos cómics de Geronimo Stilton y tengo que admitir que me gustan más que las historias narrativas de este ratón.

  5. 4 out of 5

    PottWab Regional Library

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  6. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    More entertaining than educating compared to other volumes, so I found it better than a few of the others.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Edward Davies

    These comic books are pretty much all the same - tricking children into learning, while repeating weird plots by the Pirate Cats to change history by creating monuments to cats. Weird stuff.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

    This book is a comic that tells the tale of an adventurous mouse named Geronimo. It is interesting and attention attracting. This book I would suggest to people who enjoy short, loveable comics!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Liz Staab

    I made it a goal of mine to read all of the Geronimo Stilton books this year. What better time to start than during quarantine! This is a cute little story mixed with the history of the Eiffel Tower. It’s perfect for JUVs who like to read and parents who want to their kids to learn something new!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sue Morris

    5 Stars Geronimo Stilton #11: We'll Always Have Paris Lewis Trondheim Nanette McGuinness PaperCutz 56 Pages Ages: Back Cover: Geronimo Stilton is the editor of the Rodent's Gazette, the most famous paper on Mouse Island. In his free time he loves to tell fun, happy stories. In this adventure, Geronimo has to face his worst enemies, the Pirate Cats, who have discovered a way to travel back in time and change history . . . France, 1889, the Eiffel Tower stands completed and ready to be unveiled to every 5 Stars Geronimo Stilton #11: We'll Always Have Paris Lewis Trondheim Nanette McGuinness PaperCutz 56 Pages Ages: Back Cover: Geronimo Stilton is the editor of the Rodent's Gazette, the most famous paper on Mouse Island. In his free time he loves to tell fun, happy stories. In this adventure, Geronimo has to face his worst enemies, the Pirate Cats, who have discovered a way to travel back in time and change history . . . France, 1889, the Eiffel Tower stands completed and ready to be unveiled to everyone in Paris and to the rest of the world . . . but Catardone has a sensational surprise in store for the city! And this time not even Geronimo Stilton can thwart the daring plan of the Pirate Cats! Geronimo must find someone else to help him and fast! Geronimo Stilton has been involved in ten other adventures. This is his eleventh and he could be about to finally fail a mission. Catardone the cat is a bad cat. A very bad cat. He and his cohorts have found a way to travel back in time to 1889 Paris, where they plan to upset history and the biggest monument in Paris! Professor Von Volt, a famous scientist on Mouse Island, built a time machine for Geronimo and his family just to defeat the devious cats. The "Speedrat" zooms through time and space faster than a bully who has meet his comeuppance. To Paris they go. Disguised as construction workers, the Stilton's help build the Eiffel Tower while trying to find out what the cats are up to. The plan discovered, Geronimo realizes he cannot defeat Catardone alone and calls in a special weapon. Hopefully, Catardone and his cataclysmic catastrophe can be stopped before the world as we know it no longer exists. This is my first Geronimo Stilton graphic novel and I enjoyed every panel. Never interested in graphic novels until just recently, PaperCutz books are great fun, humorous, and didactic. Kids will love this book. The story is funny in a way kids enjoy, while entertaining adults as well. The antics of the Catardone Cats (Gang?), remind me of Sylvester and Tweety Bird or the Roadrunner and Wyle E. Coyote. I really liked the occasional box detailing something about that era or about the Eiffel Tower in particular. One of the designs Catardone tries to use is a twenty-first century design, mixing the past with the future. How will the cat of all cats pass off the architecture of a twenty-first century architect to the creator of the Eiffel Tower? The building looks like a pickle and uses details not yet seen in Europe. Have you ever wondered what it took to build the Eiffel Tower? Well, honestly, I never have, but the information in We Always Have Paris is fascinating and I am glad to have read it. The snippets are good and kids will find them interesting. I also like the occasional definition for an uncommon word. It simply appears in a small box, no intrusion, no graphic pulling your eyes, and yet difficult to overlook. The illustrations are brightly colored, finely detailed, and expressive; all of the qualities of good illustration. The panels of the story are fun to look at, they enhance the text, and could easily be a successful Saturday morning cartoon. The only "bad" I have to say about the illustrations concerns the characters that are cats. At times, without the disguises, a cat reminded me of a mouse more than a cat. I would prefer more cat-features that are distinctly cattish. Geronimo Stilton: We'll Always Have Paris is a fun read for both boys and girls. I would also recommend this for reluctant readers of both genders. Geronimo Stilton is the narrator and credited author. He often clarifies a strange word or other needed information. Kids could write their own side boxes or panels, thus integrating one more sense into the learning process. This volume of Geronimo Stilton, and those before it, would be great additions to any first or second grade classroom library. The story is sure to peak their interest in the Eiffel Tower and Paris, plus when it is fun, memories are better. Those Eiffel Tower tidbits can start young minds thinking. received from publisher, Papercutz/originally reviewed on Kid Lit Reviews http://kid-lit-reviews.com/2012/11/02...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dolly

    We've read most of the Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novels published so far and our girls really like them. I thought they were very hard to read aloud at first, but I've gotten used to them. And I love that this story includes bits of history from 19th century Paris and introduces children to the background of the construction of the Eiffel Tower. We started reading this book together, but it was forgotten for about a week, so our girls finished it on their own. I prefer that, actually, because of We've read most of the Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novels published so far and our girls really like them. I thought they were very hard to read aloud at first, but I've gotten used to them. And I love that this story includes bits of history from 19th century Paris and introduces children to the background of the construction of the Eiffel Tower. We started reading this book together, but it was forgotten for about a week, so our girls finished it on their own. I prefer that, actually, because of the graphic novel format. So, since I was the last to read the book, I started again from the beginning and read it very quickly. It was a strange, but entertaining story, although I was surprised by the ending (view spoiler)[(I thought it was odd that the tower ended up so crooked) (hide spoiler)] . We will certainly read more of the graphic novels as they are published as well as numerous Geronimo Stilton chapter books too.

  12. 5 out of 5

    The Brothers

    Asher (7yo) read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    Lola Lola Pololo Libro muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy bueno cool lol yolo léanlo no malo bonito

  14. 5 out of 5

    Payton

    the catardone wants to take over paris. the eiffel tower turns into a cat machine to wreck the city. they save the city by turning the cat machine off.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amy!

    Cute! This is great for younger readers with a fun, exciting story as well as historical facts relating to Geronimo's adventure. Cute! This is great for younger readers with a fun, exciting story as well as historical facts relating to Geronimo's adventure.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Angelicag

    Great book! I thought it was alright but I would definelty recommend it to younger readers!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Grace

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lukie Lincoln

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sameer

  20. 4 out of 5

    20231110

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marianne Kolbach

  22. 5 out of 5

    Eileen V

  23. 4 out of 5

    AmaTheOtaku

  24. 4 out of 5

    Holly

  25. 4 out of 5

    Javier Ramos

  26. 4 out of 5

    Delaney Schultz

  27. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sonya

  29. 4 out of 5

    sophia ☽

  30. 4 out of 5

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