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My 7-year-old was not very interested in reading in kindergarten and when he started primary school here in Singapore where kids start reading early , but somehow he was introduced to the Geronimo Stilton series in school and he's become a major fan of the character and the book series and reading in general. With a positive attitude, his reading overall has improved quickly.

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To enforce this very good new habit of his I bought this CD set for him for Christmas, and nowadays when he asks me if he can use the computer he isn't asking so that he can play online games but so that he can listen to Geronimo Stilton. Sometimes he just listens, sometimes he reads along, but he always enjoys it.

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He's listened to the stories two or three times in the one month since he got them. The production values are pretty good, and the reading voices are lively, the sound effects fun. I have loaded the CDs into my computer - I find it better to have him to sit at a desk and listen to the chapters from a desktop computer rather than the stereo in the living room because it's easier to get out the books if he wants to read along; also, iTunes has helpful statistics, such as 'last listened' to help him remember where he left off, and he's happy that he gets a folder in iTunes all to himself.

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My grandson loves it the story line. I think they are kind of silly myself. While purchased for our six year old grandson, both he and his older brother who is nine listened to all three books on the cd in one night.

They throughly enjoyed it and want to have the next set. This CD has opened up the whole series of "Geronima Stilton" stories for both boys and they are eager to go to bed at night to listen to this CD over and over as they settle down to go to sleep. Then again, in Italy the stories about the editor of Mouse Island's newspaper The Rodent's Gazette and his ever-squabbling family can be read as political satire.

In this country any such satire would be lost on the target audience.


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  • What young readers get in these books are the sort of run-of-the-mill plotlines familiar to any regular viewer of Scooby Doo and an awful lot of references to cheese. Geronimo is surprisingly middle-aged to be an adventure hero - his daring sister Thea with her hold-the-front-page attitude and motorbike is far more attractive a character - but even so the stories rattle along at break-neck speed.

    Splashes of colour or color as these have it and different type faces scattered across the pages make the books visually very appealing though no easier to read and add to the feeling of breathlessness. There's a picture of the entire staff of the Rodent's Gazette and maps of both Mouse Island and New Mouse City at the beginning and end of the books though you have to wonder why as in each the action takes place elsewhere and features a different set of characters altogether.