Geronimo Stilton, the fabumouse journalist travelled all the way from New Mouse City to attend a series of special events to celebrate the release of his first ten books here in the UK –Which are out now!
Geronimo Stilton visited libraries across Leicester to read from one of his spookiest stories, Cat & Mouse in A Haunted House. The special Halloween events included a craft session, in which the children joined Geronimo in making origami bats, and a scary storytelling workshop – where the children heard all about a worm disguised as a monster and a big hairy toe – STALE SWISS BALLS!
After having a ‘cheddarific’ time, Geronimo can’t wait to meet even more keen readers and fans of the books!
If you would like Geronimo Stilton to visit your local bookstore, library or school, simply write a news article telling us all about yourself and why Geronimo should visit – you can do so here.
In the meantime, why not head over to the Geronimo Stilton website and create your very own mousey character and find even more fun and games.
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Board book set, A Case Of Good Manners, teaches early readers about sharing, helping and other good manners! It’s full of cute animals and the set also doubles as a jigsaw and fun carry case.
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