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My Name Is Stilton, Geronimo Stilton (Geronimo Stilton #19)

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Have you met my very young assistant editor, Pinky Pick? She is only thirteen years old, but she is one of the cleverest mice I've ever known. If you've ever wondered how Pinky came to work for me at The Rodent's Gazette, this is the book for you! It's a looooong story... and one that's full of adventure, laughs, and of course, like all of my books, lots of embarrassing mo ...more
Paperback, 111 pages
Published May 1st 2005 by Scholastic (first published January 2000)
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This is another adventure, Geronimo has and it all began like this. He needed a new worker because of a shortage of a worker. He had a meeting to go and he was in a rush. His best assistant was reading the new worker's profile information : name of the person, where that person was from, what that person was good at, etc. Geronimo was so busy he didn't even know the gender and age and he told his assistant to bring this new worker because that person is working for him now. When the person got t ...more
Um. It's an interesting concept for a book. It's very colorful inside and different words at times have different font which makes it kind of fun.

Except in this book Geronimo, this mouse who a publisher, hires another mouse, whom he doesn't like at first. She is not an honest mouse and got an interview with this famous performer...but told him lies to get it. And Geronimo knows that she has told him lies but still keeps her as his assistant because he's afraid the other competitors will get her
Kaydence Baker
I'm not into these kinds of books.
The theme of this book is to not be so uptight and dramatic about things, and to also pay attention to what you are doing to make sure you get them right. The setting of the book is a lot of places but the main setting is at The Rodents Gazette which is where they write all of the news papers. The person who tells the story is Stilton, Geronimo Stilton. The leading character is of-course Geronimo Stilton, but the other main characters are Thea ( Geronimo’s sister), Picky Pink, and Benjamin. The ...more
This is a fun series with cooky fonts in the text that the kids seem to love. It is a fun adventure. For our new reader, we were a little concerned with the number of "made up" words that fit within the mouse world but he keeps choosing this series over and over. He reads all sorts of other books too, so I sort of consider it the romance novel of childrens chapter books.
This was a good book and I liked it a lot, I think that the author did a great job writing it. In the book there was fancy colors and designs on the words ( like fonts ), and it made the book very nice and unique. I think that Geronimo having to work with a teenager who is completely opposite of him is not very easy, and that when she throws party’s she buys such expensive stuff and she pays for it with Geronimo’s credit card. the most thing that I don’t like about this book is that Pinky pick a ...more
Vosotros os preguntaréis, ¿qué hace Lily publicando una reseña de un libro muy muy infantil? Porque si, porque es mi blog, me apetece, y tengo nostalgia de la saga del ratón Geronimo, y ya está.
Cuando era pequeña, apenas una criaja que no medía ni medio palmo, el primer libro de Geronimo Stilton llegó a mis manos en una de las tardes que acompañaba a mis abuelos a comprar (apenas costó un euro, así que, ganga al canto). Ahora ya de mayor el ejemplar ha vuelto a caer en mis manos, esta vez en fo
read this for class and for amusement. for the little kids in you.
Sandra | Büchernische
Wir haben Geronimos erstes Abenteuer zusammen als Mutter-Tochter.Team gelesen und waren beide begeistert von der witzigen Maus. Julia stellt euch hier erstmal den Inhalt des Buches kurz vor:

Geronimo Stilton, der Verleger der Neuen.Nager.Nachrichten hat zuviel Stress. Eine Assistentin muss her, Pinky heißt sie, Pinky Pick und ist erst 14 Jahre alt. Doch was dann passierte, damit hatte Geronimo Stilton, der konservative Krawattenträger nicht gerechnet. Die junge Maus stylt sein Büro um und organis
Diesen Teil haben wir nach dem zweiten Teil gelesen, was dem Lesespaß nicht geschadet hat, da die Geschichten untereinander kaum Bezüge haben. Auch hier werden vorne im Buch die Hauptcharaktere nochmal kurz vorgestellt werden. Dieses Mal hat Geronimo allerdings eine Herausforderung zu bestehen, die jede Abenteuerreise harmlos erscheinen lässt...seine kleine und junge Assistentin Pinky Pick! diese bringt mit ihren Ideen sowohl den armen Geronimo als auch den ganzen Verlag ordentlich auf Trapp. al ...more
Het is een grappig boek met leuke afwisselende personages. De aangeklede zinnen en woorden maken het interessanter en ik denk dat dat een groot aandeel heeft gehad in het succes van deze boeken. Wel denk ik dat de volgende delen interessanter zullen zijn qua verhaal. Je merkt echt dat alle personages in dit boek aan je worden voorgesteld, zodat je in de volgende delen van de avontuurlijke verhalen kunt gaan genieten. Deel 2 ga ik dan dus ook zeker lezen!
When I was about 9 I loved Geronimo Stilton Books and I wanted to read them again this summer. This book was a fun entertainer and it brought back many memories of reading when I was younger.

The Language and Plot of this book was simple and the characters aren't very deep, but overall it was a nice and light read.
it was indeed a nice book by geronimo stilton. it was a story in which geronimo stilton, the editor of the rodent's gazzette is describing abut himself as well as his new 14 year-old assistant pinky pick who doesn't have a god dressing sense but a loud voice
Jesús Cardeña Morales
Historias graciosas que divertirán mucho a los más pequeños y que despertarán alguna sonrisa a los adultos.
Lo que más me ha gustado han sido las ilustraciones que acompañan a la lectura (y eso que en estos primeros libros no son tan buenas como en los siguientes).
This Stilton maintains the fun style of the series but lacks in plot. Whereas other books in the series have a set adventure, this book was a bit sporadic and all over the place in plot. Geronimo's rude awakening and adjustment to his child age assistant, Pinky, does lead to laughs but not enough for me to love the book.
Apr 24, 2015 Baruni added it
this is a humorous book. as we all know that Geronimo is delicate and not like Thea or Trap, in this book he tell that he is Stilton, and not mr. clumsy!!
Shipra Agrawal

the arthurs name is g stilton and he is quit and he likes jazz and not loud music like loud rock or meatl or anything ad he finds an assistant and she takes him on a journey and he doesnt like it but when he stared to like it the journey and then pinky pick the assistants name stated to get him into loud rock music and bright colors so when he got to mouse city he told pinky pick to take him to the store to buy bright colors and loud rock music so she did and when he got to the office he wanted ...more
Otra lectura más de mi infancia, una que mis padres, tutores y amigos me indicaban.
Siempre me gusta leer lo que regalo :) y creo que he acertado!
How can I read this? Sorry I'm just new
I love Geronimo Stilton books.
Mitran Kumar
changes Stilton,Geronimo Stilton.

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Feb 26, 2015 Shreya added it
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this book is good
Nov 18, 2014 Kanha rated it 5 of 5 stars
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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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