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De mysterieuze mummie (Geronimo Stilton #26)

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4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  1,377 ratings  ·  44 reviews
Op een luie middag in oktober zit ik lekker knus bij de open haard een boek te lezen. Buiten blaast een ijzige wind de afgevallen bladeren wild in het rond. Ik nip aan mijn kopje jasmijnthee, knabbel aan een kaaskoekje... Dan trilt ineens mijn mobiel, een sms'je: Stilton, ik heb je hulp nodig bij een mysterieuze zaak! Professor Hieronymus O'Glief. samen met mijn neefje Ben ...more
Paperback, 118 pages
Published February 2009 by De Wakkere Muis (first published August 1st 2006)
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Chiara
i started to read this book because i was told by a friend that it was one of the best Geronimo Stilton has written in this series.
the category i put this book in was that the main character in this book is male because Geronimo Stilton is the main character in this book and he is always in the middle of trouble and adventures.
the part i liked about this book was how the mummy was running after all of them in the scary museum in Egypt and then Geronimo had been a hero for them as they were all t
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Spencer
scary..................... BOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kathryn
I just finished reading Geronimo Stilton, The Mummy With No Name. I liked it because there was a Mummy going around the museum trying to scare everyone out! If you have to type in numbers to rate it I would type in 500!
My favorite part was when they got trapped in a trap door and Geronimo Stilton found a way to get out.
The characters are Geronimo Stilton, Benjamin Stilton, Bugsy, and Professor. The plan was Geronimo Stilton stood at the bottom, Professor stood on top of Geronimo, Benjamin got o
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Tong Tong
This series was one that I enjoyed when I was younger in about 2nd or 3rd grade. It's still funny even now with Bugsy Wugsy yelling "UNCLE G! UNCLE G!" all the time and driving Geronimo crazy:)
Alecia
When I started reading this book I thought it would be boring but it turned out very good so give it full stars
Maria
Divertido y muy didáctico, destinado especialmente a niños de 9 a 11 años
Supriya Unni
Nov 15, 2014 Supriya Unni is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
I know it will be amazing!
Dharsan
Jul 28, 2014 Dharsan marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
it so n8se
Youjin
quite interesting book!
Germino the mouse went to Egypt as he want to know about the secreat about the mummy with no name.Then, there have a papirus and hidden things. Bu, the eyes behind him was waiting to stole it.if you are interested with these book you can read it onthe national libery. It's look like little bit childish but when yo uread 5 pages you will start enjoying the book.
Actonacademyguatemala
Geronimo Stilton went to the museum. In the museum was a mummy and the mummy was trying to scare everybody to get the treasureof the pharaoh. But Geronimo Stilton and his friends looked to the mummy to know who was the mummy. And saw the history. Is interesting and a little bit funny. Katia L
Ms Carr
My students really love this series. They asked if I could read this book next. So right now we are on a Geronimo Stilton kick. They are fun books that keep my students engaged while they have their recess snack. My favourite element of the books is the fun fonts.
Rachel
Bronwyn told me this book was the best one in the series. I haven't read any of the others so I can't vouch for that, but this one was good. Something I would've liked as a kid--mystery, but more silly than scary, with interesting facts interspersed.
Dree
One of the more enjoyable Geronimo Stiltons--lots of good info and a good story. My 6-year-old loved it. As always, though, the text is just waaaay to busy. I am sure they think it's cute and clever, but it's just annoying.
Hazim
camila-i-this book is incranable you can now more fun characters and you will have fun.

ana sofia
this books is asome they go to a mouseiame and there was a tumba that said the mummy with no name evryone was scared
Susan  Thompson
These are fun books and there are a lot of them! Beck and Yogi have enjoyed hearing these read aloud. Fast-paced with lots of nice pictures and maps they make good read alouds for kids transitioning to chapter books.
Farhana Faruq
Geronimo, his nephew Benjamin and Bugsy have a mystery to solve!

I enjoyed the story. I loved Bugsy's character.
I also liked the additional info on Egypt and the "Mummy Party" ideas at the end of the book.
Jazzy
I`ve read The Mummy With No Name By Geromino Stilton.
I`ve read most book out of the series including ''A very Mery Christmas''
Geromino Stilton Books Are awesome!!!!!!!
I definatly recomend reading them.
Nicky
THIS BOOK ROCKS IT HAS BEEN KINDA INTERESTING SINCE I STARTED AND i COULD'NT EVEN PUT IT DOWN. MUMMIES WITH NO NAME INTERST ME
Mary
I liked this because it was cute and good for a Halloween time story. It is filled with information to help expand vocabulary.
Babette
Fun stuff for little ones! My son and I take turns reading Stiltons to each other at bed time. On to the next one!
Dena (Batch of Books)
Really cute. My daughter loved it! There are full color illustrations on every page to keep younger readers interested.
Lynn
Read with Carter. I liked it because it had pictures that kept him next to me, instead of rolling on the floor.
Gavin
From the school library. Neither all that good or bad. I doubt if others of the series will be sought or bought.
Tanya
Cute and now my 8yo wants a mummy Birthday party and to go look on Netflix for shows about mummies & Egypt. Nice!
Alyssa gaudiano
this is a really good and funny book i hope other people would read this book too!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Anya
really fun to figure out and gives you a sense of mystery about the mummy!
John
it was avery fuuny,wierd book, butsuper duperfunny:)
Theo
Jul 23, 2010 Theo added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: the dead
This was the worst one yet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lolly
It was good but to easy for a 10 year old.
Payton
At the end, Egypt has a big Halloween party.
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A pseudonym of Elisabetta Dami, aka Thea Stilton.

Elisabetta Dami is an Italian author that currently resides in Italy. She is the author of the Geronimo Stilton series, a bestselling childrens book. She enjoys traveling the world seeking ideas for her series. She writes under a pseudonym of Geronimo Stilton. She is also a co-owner of Italian based publishing company Edizioni Piemme. Her books have
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