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Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love I'm off to Egypt! I climbed onboard a crabby old camel that would take me across the desert to the Great Cheese Pyramid. There, among mummies and hieroglyphics, I would learn the sec Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love I'm off to Egypt! I climbed onboard a crabby old camel that would take me across the desert to the Great Cheese Pyramid. There, among mummies and hieroglyphics, I would learn the secret of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Mouse World....


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Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love I'm off to Egypt! I climbed onboard a crabby old camel that would take me across the desert to the Great Cheese Pyramid. There, among mummies and hieroglyphics, I would learn the sec Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love I'm off to Egypt! I climbed onboard a crabby old camel that would take me across the desert to the Great Cheese Pyramid. There, among mummies and hieroglyphics, I would learn the secret of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Mouse World....

30 review for The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid

  1. 4 out of 5

    Schizanthus Nerd

    Warning: Super Duper 🧀 Cheesy 🧀 Review Alert! I promise you're going to want to hit me over the head with something by the end of this review, most likely a massive block of 🧀 cheese 🧀. Don't say I didn't warn you!! So, I've arrived in the 🧀 Stilton 🧀 universe fashionably late. First published in 2001 and now being rereleased, The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid is the second book in the Geronimo Stilton series. This illustrated children's book is a 🧀 Blenda 🧀 adventure and humour. Including maps of N Warning: Super Duper 🧀 Cheesy 🧀 Review Alert! I promise you're going to want to hit me over the head with something by the end of this review, most likely a massive block of 🧀 cheese 🧀. Don't say I didn't warn you!! So, I've arrived in the 🧀 Stilton 🧀 universe fashionably late. First published in 2001 and now being rereleased, The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid is the second book in the Geronimo Stilton series. This illustrated children's book is a 🧀 Blenda 🧀 adventure and humour. Including maps of New Mouse City, Mouse Island and The Rodent's Gazette, the illustrations and formatting are really 🧀 Gouda 🧀. When Geronimo arrives at work one morning he discovers that the founder of The Rodent Gazette, his grandfather William Shortpaws (AKA Cheap Mouse Willy), has gone on a penny pinching bender and fired the employees and sold most of the furniture. The family business is now going to be exclusively run by the family - Geronimo, cousin Trap, sister Thea, favourite nephew Benjamin, and Cheap Mouse Willy. Geronimo, previously the "big cheese", is understandably 🧀 Moody Blue 🧀 upon hearing this news. His mood doesn't improve when he finds out he's the one who 🧀 Goats 🧀 to do all the work now. However, the 🧀 Explorateur 🧀 in him is excited when his grandfather tells him his assignment is to travel to Egypt and write a report on the pyramids. By the time Geronimo gets off the shaky flight he's feeling a bit 🧀 Off Kilter 🧀 but is happy to meet Professor Alrat Spitfur who has an invention to tell Geronimo about. The Professor takes Geronimo on a camel ride to 🧀 La Pyramide 🧀 where Geronimo experiences more than he expected. With some interesting information about Ancient Egypt your mouselets are going to accidentally learn bits and pieces about the pyramids, mummification, Egyptian gods, hieroglyphics and the curse of Tutankhamen's tomb. I enjoyed reading this book but given the age group this series is aimed at, I found the lack of resolution at the end to be off putting. Of course there were other books planned so I'm fine with there being a lead up to the next adventure but for the essential 'mystery' of this book being something for "another story" irritated me. I also have a pet peeve with books that wind up saying something along the lines of, 'Someone involved in this story told me it would make a great story so I wrote a book about it, and guess what?! This book that you've almost finished reading is the book that I wrote about that story!' If you were to start from scratch and get up to date with the 🧀 Abondance 🧀 of Geronimo Stilton books ... taking a deep breath ... and the Geronimo Stilton Special Editions, Kingdom of Fantasy, Journey Through Time, Thea Stilton, Thea Stilton Special Editions, Creepella von Cacklefur ... another breath ... Cavemice, Spacemice, Micekings, Thea Stilton: Mouseford Academy, Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novels and Thea Stilton Graphic Novels, I have calculated that you could probably do it in ... brain rattling ... about two gazillion shakes of a mouse's tail. 🧀 Holey Cow! 🧀 And I thought The Baby-Sitters Club series had a lot of spinoffs! I received a copy of this book from NetGalley (thank you so much to NetGalley and Sweet Cherry Publishing for the opportunity) in exchange for honest feedback. While I apologise for my 🧀 cheesy 🧀 review (sort of), I did have a lot of fun reading all of the 🧀 PsycheDillic 🧀 names for cheese that exist. If you feel like an 🧀 Impromptu 🧀 lesson in cheese 🧀 Slices of Bliss 🧀 like I did, I recommend you check out cheese.com. They've got details of over 1831 varieties of cheese! If you visit, you'll be in a 🧀 Reverie 🧀. Okay, I'm stopping now. Promise! 😃

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alexis (The Book Democracy)

    Honestly I don't care how old I get I love these books. I think I found these books in 3rd or 4th grade so 2004 ish. It's Like coming home with these books they just fill me with so much happiness and joy. I adore the the adventures that Geronimo goes on! Honestly I don't care how old I get I love these books. I think I found these books in 3rd or 4th grade so 2004 ish. It's Like coming home with these books they just fill me with so much happiness and joy. I adore the the adventures that Geronimo goes on!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    This book was a good fit book and very interesting

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicole - Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die-

    *update* This was a really short read! I am glad that I am re-reading the Geronimo Stilton books. I use to love these as a child and I remember, every time a new book came out! I would be obsessed with it! This is a really cute story because it takes place in Egypt and you learn the bare minimum about Ancient Egypt, which might pique the interest of kids who haven't learned it yet! It was really cool seeing how they transform human figures into mouses. Overall, it is still really well done and *update* This was a really short read! I am glad that I am re-reading the Geronimo Stilton books. I use to love these as a child and I remember, every time a new book came out! I would be obsessed with it! This is a really cute story because it takes place in Egypt and you learn the bare minimum about Ancient Egypt, which might pique the interest of kids who haven't learned it yet! It was really cool seeing how they transform human figures into mouses. Overall, it is still really well done and I know the next book will be set in a scary setting, so I cannot wait for that!. It was a dream come true. Geronimo was off to Egypt to interview a famous archaeologist. He climbed aboard a camel to take him across the desert to the Cheese Pyramid. There he would learn the secret of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Mouse World. I liked when the Camels spit at Geronimo and when he fell down also that was very funny, I also like learning about the Egyptians and how they lived before me and it was really funny and I can't wait to read the next book My brother and I read this book and we both thought it was really funny I liked how it was educational and that he could learn about the history of the Egyptians even though he hasn't learned about it yet and I can't wait to read the next book with him.

  5. 4 out of 5

    A_Jenny

    Hmmm, an entire book filled with not just graphic, but loaded with "MOUSE-ARIFIC" terms throughout. I liked Geronimo's adventures to all of these different places where geography plays a big role throughout the series. For each place Geronimo visits, you learn about the culture and history. For example, in The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid, we learn about famous architects and the seven wonders of the Ancient "MOUSE" World. The text also included different graphics as well, which I can see would c Hmmm, an entire book filled with not just graphic, but loaded with "MOUSE-ARIFIC" terms throughout. I liked Geronimo's adventures to all of these different places where geography plays a big role throughout the series. For each place Geronimo visits, you learn about the culture and history. For example, in The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid, we learn about famous architects and the seven wonders of the Ancient "MOUSE" World. The text also included different graphics as well, which I can see would continue to grab the reader's attention. If you do not mind the over abundant "mouse" terms and references, then you would enjoy reading this series. In addition to reading it as a read aloud. Also, there could be many social studies links which you could easily pull out to use.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bookishrealm

    This was another cute installment in the Geronimo Stilton series. I loved the addition of the Egyptian mythology. I can see why kids love this series. I will most likely do a series review once I've read a few more. This was another cute installment in the Geronimo Stilton series. I loved the addition of the Egyptian mythology. I can see why kids love this series. I will most likely do a series review once I've read a few more.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Abdulrahman Hussein

    this is one of the bast book I read.It is fun and funny to read.I like how is the book written and the pictures it is easy. I like how they talk about (Ancient Egypt ).The written very good and any one can understand the written.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Boone Reinhardt

    I think it has a great plot and has a lot of scary experiences and I think anyone who reads it will enjoy it along with more of Geronimo stiltons books.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer (JenIsNotaBookSnob)

    Please note that this re-release is a different version from the original. I no longer have a copy, but, I do remember that the last time this was released it had color illustrations rather than black and white. Now, it's still Geronimo Stilton and the kids still will probably love the books especially if they haven't read them before and don't know they had color illustrations. It seems like that has brought the retail price down a bit for this version which perhaps may be better for parents on Please note that this re-release is a different version from the original. I no longer have a copy, but, I do remember that the last time this was released it had color illustrations rather than black and white. Now, it's still Geronimo Stilton and the kids still will probably love the books especially if they haven't read them before and don't know they had color illustrations. It seems like that has brought the retail price down a bit for this version which perhaps may be better for parents on a budget. If you are sentimental about the old ones though I would suggest buying one published previous to October 2017. I received this as a Netgalley ebook, so I do not have the physical book in hand. I do wonder though if that change to black and white illustrations has allowed them to use the normal paperback paper instead of the glossy paper? While I do like the color illustrations, the glossy paper did come loose from the binding a bit faster. You might get a bit more life expectancy out of this version.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Edward Creter

    RODENTS OF THE LOST ARK! Yeah right. A once promising series gets a bit much. This one has Geronimo Stilton, mouse reporter, left with a grampa that wants the local newspaper downsized in troubled economic times. (Yeah, that ol' Sargento stuff gets expensive too!) To make up for it to his mousebrained grandson, Gramps is sending Geronimo to Egypt to interview a ratty scientist (Yes, kids, he is RATTY in every aspect!) but poor Gerry has to board a lousy flight which almost costs his tail dearly! RODENTS OF THE LOST ARK! Yeah right. A once promising series gets a bit much. This one has Geronimo Stilton, mouse reporter, left with a grampa that wants the local newspaper downsized in troubled economic times. (Yeah, that ol' Sargento stuff gets expensive too!) To make up for it to his mousebrained grandson, Gramps is sending Geronimo to Egypt to interview a ratty scientist (Yes, kids, he is RATTY in every aspect!) but poor Gerry has to board a lousy flight which almost costs his tail dearly! Than the hapless wondermouse gets trapped in a tomb....where NO MOUSE GETS OUT ALIVE!!! And the good Doctor has amnesia from a bump on the noggin! Finally G. gets home to a paper in crisis, and his grampa wants to bring the typewriter back! WHAT!!! WTH does Mr. Stilt-head have against typewriters? Do all mousekind have to subsist on modern technology like everyone is forced to? This series sucks cheese whiz!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Krish Suresh

    i think that it was a good book when geronimo said yes he would go to the sahara desert he never likes to travel

  12. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    Funny, entertaining and educational. Kids can learn a lot about ancient Egypt from this book by enjoying the exciting story. This is a review based on an ARC provided by NetGalley.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Andi M.

    The Geronimo Stilton books are so much fun. They are a bit denser than the chapter books my kiddo is usually drawn to, but there's enough visual interest to keep him going. The Geronimo Stilton books are so much fun. They are a bit denser than the chapter books my kiddo is usually drawn to, but there's enough visual interest to keep him going.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Rodrigues

    Read Full & Detailed Review: https://cynthology.blogspot.com/2020/... I first came to know of Geronimo Stilton only when a book from the series was gifted to La Niña. It was the first book that she began to read on her own. Prior to that, she enjoyed reading but preferred to be read to, claiming that it left her free to exercise her imagination. It was the formatting of this series, complete with words in different colours and fonts, text in various sizes, and numerous small illustrations scattere Read Full & Detailed Review: https://cynthology.blogspot.com/2020/... I first came to know of Geronimo Stilton only when a book from the series was gifted to La Niña. It was the first book that she began to read on her own. Prior to that, she enjoyed reading but preferred to be read to, claiming that it left her free to exercise her imagination. It was the formatting of this series, complete with words in different colours and fonts, text in various sizes, and numerous small illustrations scattered throughout the pages, intermingled with the text, that invited her to read for herself. She hasn’t stopped reading since. Geronimo Stilton is the editor of The Rodent’s Gazette, a popular newspaper on Mouse Island. When his grandfather, William Shortpaws, a notorious cheapskate and the founder of the newspaper, decides to cut back on the expenses, Geronimo discovers that he is in for a most terrible time. Grandfather William fires all the employees and orders Geronimo to do all the work, including writing, printing, and being general errand boy. Geronimo’s sister Thea is named the Page Three correspondent, while his cousin, Trap, who cannot hold a job, is appointed Grandfather’s personal cook. Geronimo’s nine-year-old nephew, Benjamin, is named Grandfather’s personal assistant. The elderly mouse sends Geronimo off to Egypt to write a special report on the pyramids. But the flight and other arrangements that have been made are so cheap and dubious that the young hero wonders if he will ever return alive. Instead of a seat belt, there is a piece of string. The windows are broken and passengers are urged to buy overpriced parachutes and lifebuoys. To make matters worse, when he wants to visit the washroom, he is given a bedpan, and the plane runs out of fuel in mid-flight. Once he lands in Egypt, he discovers that Prof Alrat Spitfur has invented a new way to create energy using camel dung. The professor invites Geronimo to visit the pyramid of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh, Cheops. Geronimo will be kicked at and spat on before this adventure is over. La Niña loved the book. She loves to draw and paint and was entranced by the colourful illustrations. The characters have such evocative names as Sammy Slickpaw, Alrat Spitfur, ‘Crash’ Ratjack, Ted Simplesnout, Miss Sally Skinnyfur, Daniel E Deadfur etc, all guaranteed to amuse kids. The locations in the book are Mouse Everest, the Great Mousewood Forest. The figures of speech and other expressions are all examples of regular expressions adapted to the mouse world. Along the way, young kids get a not-quite-authentic (since the pharaohs are all mice) but still thoroughly entertaining lecture on Egyptian culture.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Maya Chinzenschi

    Very interesting!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Peyton

    This is horrible, absolutely horrible. It is sexist (it has one female character, Thea, and she is described as having too many boyfriends to count and has the power to sway anyone to her will) and does not provide strong female characters. I hate the grandfather. It is too unrealistic that he sells all Geronimo's possessions and tries to cut costs. I have a major problem in books when characters do things to other characters' belongings, it really irks me and brings up emotions I would rather n This is horrible, absolutely horrible. It is sexist (it has one female character, Thea, and she is described as having too many boyfriends to count and has the power to sway anyone to her will) and does not provide strong female characters. I hate the grandfather. It is too unrealistic that he sells all Geronimo's possessions and tries to cut costs. I have a major problem in books when characters do things to other characters' belongings, it really irks me and brings up emotions I would rather not feel. The story was incredibly weak and made no sense. I do not understand why he had to travel to Egypt and then the book spent very little time in Egypt and showed nothing of the culture other than generalities. This is just a poor book and does not teach anything, nor does it provide entertainment. I was angry the whole time I was reading this book. I am very disappointed that it has become popular. I will not be continuing with this series and will try to steer children to something better. The way this book was put together was also awful. The writing was painful and it was not always clear and easy to follow what lines to read and which ones were being repeated for an image. The way the writing is done is unnecessary and takes away from the story, rather than adding to it. The chapter breaks made no sense. It could have been written without chapters the way the story bled together and did not have clear separations. The title does not fit the story and gives a false idea of what you are going to get from reading it. It is supposed to be an adventure story, but really it is just full of bad luck and unrealistic situations.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Geronimo Stilton The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid is the second book in the Geronimo Stilton series. This book takes Geronimo to Egypt to interview a professor who a famouse archaeologist who figured out a new way to create energy. Geronimo flies there, though not first class, and at every turn things tend to go wrong. So excited to be in Egypt but not for the reasons why he is there or the way he got there. Will he be able to get the story and get out of Egypt alive? I loved this book as well. Ge Geronimo Stilton The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid is the second book in the Geronimo Stilton series. This book takes Geronimo to Egypt to interview a professor who a famouse archaeologist who figured out a new way to create energy. Geronimo flies there, though not first class, and at every turn things tend to go wrong. So excited to be in Egypt but not for the reasons why he is there or the way he got there. Will he be able to get the story and get out of Egypt alive? I loved this book as well. Geronimo's plane ride was so funny, you could really feel his fear in this one. Still written in the same typical Geronimo Stilton style the book creates adventure and mystery at every turn.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Chung

    This series is like the next enid Blyton book. ..at least that is how it felt for me. The Curse of The Cheese Pyramid is a funny and yet exciting book. Hey! It's educational too. There are steps on how a mummy was made, and there are parts about hieroglyphs and about their Gods too. Shame on me. I only heard of Anubis, Isis and Ra. Certainly a good book for kids to read and at the same time makes learning fun. This series is like the next enid Blyton book. ..at least that is how it felt for me. The Curse of The Cheese Pyramid is a funny and yet exciting book. Hey! It's educational too. There are steps on how a mummy was made, and there are parts about hieroglyphs and about their Gods too. Shame on me. I only heard of Anubis, Isis and Ra. Certainly a good book for kids to read and at the same time makes learning fun.

  19. 5 out of 5

    nerd culture is mainstream now. [jo]

    I was surprised at the increase in quality of writing and plot line so soon into the series, but, frankly, this book is executed far better than Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye. This series is quite *cough* cheesy but pretty fun, and amazing for young kids.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    It was fun to watch the book and it was scary to it was awesome.

  21. 4 out of 5

    ShellWolf

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Geronimo Stilton's The Curse Of The Cheese Pyramid What did I just read? I know this is a book for kids, but, outside of the parts actually in Egypt which were fine, this book was awful. It teaches readers to give into bullies like the grandfather (being family is NOT enough or an excuse) and to take stupid, dangerous, reckless risks that are obviously so. What a horrible lesson for children! Geronimo doesn't once truly stand up for himself and acts like a mindless drone, even just accepting when Geronimo Stilton's The Curse Of The Cheese Pyramid What did I just read? I know this is a book for kids, but, outside of the parts actually in Egypt which were fine, this book was awful. It teaches readers to give into bullies like the grandfather (being family is NOT enough or an excuse) and to take stupid, dangerous, reckless risks that are obviously so. What a horrible lesson for children! Geronimo doesn't once truly stand up for himself and acts like a mindless drone, even just accepting when his grandfather steals and sells all Geronimo's possessions for his own gain, or fires nearly all the other employee, heaping everything on Geronimo and playing favourites with the other few left (nepotism and favouritism). The cheap trick they play at the end is ridiculous, too, as the grandfather will just come back to wreck as much havoc and more afterwards. Also the strong hints at his sister, Thea, sleeping around, with an outright statement that she has a a new 'victim' or boyfriend every week (and she's the only female in the entire book). That's not a good show of healthy relationships. I know this would go over some kids heads at a more conscious level, but subconsciously it would influence. Definitely not something I'll be wanting my own children to read someday... I liked the first book, and I'll read some more hoping they'll be a little bit better like that one, though. As a note: These are my own views and thoughts about this book, and, personally, I do not agree with what is presented in it at all. They are not positive ideals in my opinion, and not something I will teach my own children, though I may use the book as an example of things against such beliefs. That being said, I know and accept that others may not agree, and I am not judging others for enjoying this book, or for being alright with their own children reading it. That is completely the parents individual choice.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Carrie Griffin

    I first read this book back when I was around eleven or twelve. This was when I was still in elementary school. I remember signing out many of the Geronimo Stilton books from the library that year and I adored them. I thought that Geronimo's job at the paper was cool and I was so interested in exploring the world someday. Now this book is being re-released in October for a new generation. I will say that yes, I am feeling nostalgic when I read this book. It was very cute and funny. I enjoyed the I first read this book back when I was around eleven or twelve. This was when I was still in elementary school. I remember signing out many of the Geronimo Stilton books from the library that year and I adored them. I thought that Geronimo's job at the paper was cool and I was so interested in exploring the world someday. Now this book is being re-released in October for a new generation. I will say that yes, I am feeling nostalgic when I read this book. It was very cute and funny. I enjoyed the characters especially the ridiculous grandfather of Geronimo, who would give Scrooge a run for his money. Also, the mouse-related puns were adorably cute. I wanted to pick up this book for the nostalgia and I'm happy that I did. This is a perfect book for middle-grade students. They will get a great story and also learn about ancient Egypt. I recommend it. I know that my younger self would be happy to know that there are still books coming out from this series. *I received a copy of this from Netgalley for an honest review. *

  23. 4 out of 5

    Plot Monster

    The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid by Geronimo Stilton has 75 pages and was originally published in 2001 by Turtleback Books. This is a republication with updated artwork that is scheduled to be released in October 2017 by Sweet Cherry Publishing. Thank you to NetGalley, Sweet Cherry Publishing and Geronimo Stilton for providing this eARC in exchange for a fair review. The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid tells the story of Geronimo Stilton's voyage to Egypt. He is sent by his grandfather to do a newspape The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid by Geronimo Stilton has 75 pages and was originally published in 2001 by Turtleback Books. This is a republication with updated artwork that is scheduled to be released in October 2017 by Sweet Cherry Publishing. Thank you to NetGalley, Sweet Cherry Publishing and Geronimo Stilton for providing this eARC in exchange for a fair review. The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid tells the story of Geronimo Stilton's voyage to Egypt. He is sent by his grandfather to do a newspaper story about his experience. This is a fun-filled, early chapter book with cute new illustrations. This book is silly and sure to keep young readers entertained as they learn about Egyptian culture. Written in easy-to-read language with quirky characters and hilarious shenanigans, The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid is sure to be a hit with littles. Recommended for readers of early chapter books.

  24. 5 out of 5

    April

    The Curse of The Cheese Pyramid by Geronimo Stilton Publisher: Sweet Cherry Publishing Thanks to NetGalley and Sweet Cherry Publishing for the ebook ARC of The Curse of The Cheese Pyramid by author Geronimo Stilton in exchange for an honest review. This is book 2 of the Geronimo Stilton series. It introduces some of the main characters in the series. My son read this book and he said it was very good and also that this book must have been rewritten because he had previously read the book. He said th The Curse of The Cheese Pyramid by Geronimo Stilton Publisher: Sweet Cherry Publishing Thanks to NetGalley and Sweet Cherry Publishing for the ebook ARC of The Curse of The Cheese Pyramid by author Geronimo Stilton in exchange for an honest review. This is book 2 of the Geronimo Stilton series. It introduces some of the main characters in the series. My son read this book and he said it was very good and also that this book must have been rewritten because he had previously read the book. He said the pictures have changed though. This book is a mix of writing and pictures. He loves reading all of the Geronimo Stilton books. He has been reading them for a couple of years now, he was first introduced to them at the age of 8.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    Geronimo's cheap Grandfather comes to take over the newspaper office and makes some extreme money saving changes for what he thinks will be best for business, Geronimo is sent to Egypt to cover a big story. Another adventure is on the way! Cute kid's series. I look forward to reading these books to my Niece. The stories are already very well detailed with settings and locations, various wild characters and such warmth and depth in their varying relationships. It's fun, adventurous, and humorous. Geronimo's cheap Grandfather comes to take over the newspaper office and makes some extreme money saving changes for what he thinks will be best for business, Geronimo is sent to Egypt to cover a big story. Another adventure is on the way! Cute kid's series. I look forward to reading these books to my Niece. The stories are already very well detailed with settings and locations, various wild characters and such warmth and depth in their varying relationships. It's fun, adventurous, and humorous. Lots of mice related topics and parodies, and all of the cheese-isms are amusing in a kiddish sort of way. I think most young readers would get a kick out of these books.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Gail Wylde

    I received this book from NetGalley for an honest review. I read it with my 7 year old granddaughter who is a big Geronimo Stilton fan. It was a fun book and her enthusiasm was infectious. She took over my Kindle and read to herself at bedtime, making sure that I also read it at bedtime so we could discuss what was happening. I would certainly recommend these books to children and parents everywhere. We will be reading more Geronimo Stilton books. Thanks NetGalley.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Eileen Hall

    What a wonderful book! This is the first Geronimo Stilton book I have come across. The writing is pitched just right. I have nieces and nephews who would love these books and I have just been presented with a granddaughter so will collect this series and we can read them together when she is old enough. Recommended. I was given a digital copy of this book by the publisher Sweet Cherry Publishing via Netgalley in return for an honest unbiased review.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Scanni

    It's another Geronimo Stilton book and this time Geronimo goes to the eygept to write a report about Pyramids. However there is a curse of pharohs! One thing I liked about the book was that the way that Geronimo narrated the book. One thing I disliked was that the picture took up to much space. I also liked how some words had a different color/font which made those words stand out more. I'd recommend the book to people that want a quick read It's another Geronimo Stilton book and this time Geronimo goes to the eygept to write a report about Pyramids. However there is a curse of pharohs! One thing I liked about the book was that the way that Geronimo narrated the book. One thing I disliked was that the picture took up to much space. I also liked how some words had a different color/font which made those words stand out more. I'd recommend the book to people that want a quick read

  29. 5 out of 5

    Susan Underbrink

    A big thank you to NetGalley for the ARC for my honest review. First time reading this author. The drawings are super cute in this book. Wasn't sure what age group it's intended for. Grandpa is a bully and I don't condone that-even if he is your relative. Why doesn't't he say NO. So I have mixed feelings and I didn't really find it funny but everyone is different. I did like the ending. A big thank you to NetGalley for the ARC for my honest review. First time reading this author. The drawings are super cute in this book. Wasn't sure what age group it's intended for. Grandpa is a bully and I don't condone that-even if he is your relative. Why doesn't't he say NO. So I have mixed feelings and I didn't really find it funny but everyone is different. I did like the ending.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    *thank you to Sweet Cherry Publishing and Netgalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* 3 stars. This series is rather popular and I can see why. This is only the second book I have read about Geronimo Stilton and its rather enjoyable. I liked the humor and the storyline, it was a fun read.

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