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Geronimo Stilton


For a long time, I told my mom that the author’s name was ‘Geronimo Stilton’. Once she realized that Geronimo was a mouse, she told me that mice couldn’t write. Only then did I Google it and find out the author’s real name. We both had quite a laugh.

The book covers of Geronimo Stilton & Thea Stilton are quite to the point and tell us more about the stories inside the books.


Name: Geronimo Stilton & Thea Stilton series
Author: Elisabetta Dami
Format: Hardcopies
Number of pages: Below 400 (each book)
Availability: Amazon (Buy them here)
Rating: 5/5


The titles are always based on the brave things that Geronimo does despite being who he is. The titles of the Thea Stilton series are about the adventurous mysteries that the Thea Sisters solve.

All the hardcover books have a subtitle, on the cover pages, that say more about their locations. The unique chapter titles are more about what happens in that particular chapter.

I find all the titles catchy enough to read the books.


The author originally wrote the books in Italian. And, then they were translated into many other languages. Scholastic has translated them into simple English which makes the book quite enjoyable by almost every 8- to 12-year-old in the world. My friend aged 16, who introduced me to these books, also still loves them a lot.


Geronimo Stilton books:- These books are all about Geronimo who is a fraidy mouse. He is the owner of the most popular newspaper house, on Mouse Island, called ‘The Rodent’s Gazette’. He also publishes books which are about his ‘fabumouse’ (fabulous) adventures. Geronimo Stilton books tell us how Geronimo, a gentlemouse, gets involved in dangerous adventures only because he cannot ignore a cry for help. Other characters in these books are Bruce Hyena, Creepela von Cacklefur, Benjamin Stilton (his nephew), Trap Stilton (his cousin), Thea Stilton (his sister), William Shortpaws (his Grandfather), etc.

Thea Stilton books:- Thea is a teacher at Mouseford Academy. She made friends with 5 of her mouselette students and writes about their secret adventures. Their names are Pamela, Colette, Nicky, Paulina and Violet and they love solving mysteries.


Each book is filled with so many pictures and various colours.
If there is a person, word or legend that the author thinks you may not know about, she gives a description, meaning or background story to help you understand better.
Some words are highlighted in different styles and colours and they make it more interesting to read.
I like how the other characters drag Geronimo into crazy adventures
I like the fun and comedy ways he describes everything.
The author uses simple and amazing words that are expressive.
I like the way the author writes as Geronimo or Thea.
In some books, Geronimo gives an introduction of the characters involved in that story.
Everything is explained so well in Mouse language. Hahaha!




As of now, I have read around 20 books by Elisabetta Dami. I’m enjoying these books to the fullest! I feel like I am also a part of the Geronimo family. And, I think you should start reading them, too! I’ve already gotten my mom hooked on to some of these books though she likes more adult type adventures and mysteries!

PS: My mom found Hercule PoiRAT the most amusing! And, just to let you know, my mom is typing out what I’ve told her. I’ve spent no screen time creating this post!

Geronimo Stilton
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Geronimo Stilton
Cameron D’souza

About the Author

Cameron is a 9-year-old young lady who has been an avid reader from the tender age of 7. She currently reads around 3 books a day and loves telling some of the stories to her little brother. Cameron loves singing, writing and eating sushi!

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  1. Noor Anand Chawla says:

    I’ve never read Geronimo Stilton but this review was adorable!

  2. these are indeed some great titles, now I am wondering why haven’t I come across the writer before, Thank you for sharing all the title and details, going to see if i can get the entire collection

  3. Shilpa Garg says:

    Aah! This post brought back so many memories. Geronimo Stilton was my son’s fav book series when he was a kid. We have bought so many of them over the years, and was checking the books we have in our collection from the collage that you have shared… yes, we still have a lot of them! Thanks for some smiles and memories! 🙂

  4. Neha Sharma says:

    This is such a fab review by a 9-year-old. Her review has made me curious to check out these books for my son. He loves reading adventure stories, I think he will like these too.

  5. These are a vast number of collections. I will surely check a few books from the list for my son. Kudos Cameron, I am still thinking of her potential and diligence in reading three books per day.

  6. Roma says:

    Such worthy recommendations by young reader Cameron, my son too loves this series. Lots of blessings m, love and best wishes to the budding writer.

  7. My at the young age of 7, she has written such an amazing review. scholastic is so popular here in USA school and my little one has read many books from this publication. will surly check this out this one too for her. looking promising to me.

  8. Aurora M says:

    Most of my students love reading these books. Perfect to build reading habit.

  9. Explained well in mouse language. This series of books sound interesting and a good read. Love the creative cover illustrations too.

  10. Vasumathi says:

    Very nicely written review Cammy.Looking forward to more. I have read a few of these as well when I was running the library as i had bought the collection for the kids. It is quite a popular book among kids.

  11. Abha Singh says:

    My daughter read these books when she was 6 and we were in Bangalore. I liked them too. Agree with the review.

  12. She definitely is an avid reader.. I loved reviewing these as well some time back. Best wishes to her

  13. Ritu Bindra says:

    These books look like a lot of fun. I particularly loved the name – Hercule PoiRAT. It is great to meet another bibliophile, Cameron.

  14. Sharing this post with my sister, as i am sure her twin daughters will enjoy reading these books.

  15. Harjeet Kaur says:

    Writing reviews at 7! Wow, are a budding writer..I was reading a lot but the writing was out of the question at that age. The books are looking very colorful and am sure kids will love them.

  16. Alpana Deo says:

    First of all what a review and vocabulary Cameron has used. Very impressive. My daughter has read a couple these books.
    Btw Hercule PoiRat is my favorite too. 🙂

  17. Madhu Bindra says:

    Such a nice review. God bless you, Cameron. These books look fun to read. Look forward to reading more from you.

  18. Aditi Kapur says:

    Little Miss D’Souza has started early and is sure to go beyond her mother;)
    Loved the review of Geronimo Stilton and feel like going back to my childhood and read all of them in the series:)
    Shall refer to my sons🙂

  19. Shreemayee Chattoppadhyay says:

    I didn’t know about these books. Yet love to read such interesting review. Would gift to my nephew. I think he’ll also love it.

  20. Mehul Kaku says:

    What a review! Nice to see the reading habit at this tender age. It will stay with her for the rest of her life. God bless her!

  21. What an amazing post by this tiny-talented girl🥰It’s amazing to see that our next generation is doing such great work. Way to go girl! My daughter have a complete collection of these Stilton series…she is 15 still she likes to read them😂😂

  22. This makes me so nostalgic. I got “Clifford the big red dog” vibes from these. Would definitely gift it to my niece.

  23. Suhasini I.P. says:

    Interesting review. Even my kid loves these books

  24. Ghazala Naseem says:

    My kids have plenty of these as they really enjoyed reading these 🙂

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