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Geronimo Stilton: Geronimo Stilton Saves The Olympics is a novel that revolves around Geronimo's attempts to preserve the historical legacy of the Olympic games.
Summary Of The Book
Geronimo Stilton: Geronimo Stilton Saves The Olympics starts off with the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The chief editor of The Rodent's Gazette, Geronimo Stilton, is back from a dangerous mission, to preserve the historic legacy of this event. With the Olympic games commencing, the Pirate Cats have gone back in time, to participate in the event. To boost their chances of winning, they bring all kinds of modern-age gear.
Professor Von Volt also noted that the nefarious Pirate Cats are all set to spoil the Olympics for everyone. The Pirate Cats' leader Catardone III of Catatonia, voyages back to Athens in 1896, right before the first Olympic Games, but unknowing leaves behind a trail, which is found out by Professor Von Volt. Stilton and his team of Trap, Petunia, Benjamin, and Bruce, try their level best to stop the Pirate Cats. But are they successful in doing so, or will the results of the first Olympics be changed forever?
Geronimo Stilton: Geronimo Stilton Saves The Olympics was published in 2012, by Scholastic India.
About Geronimo Stilton
Elisabetta Dami is a novelist who writes under the pseudonym Geronimo Stilton.
Some of Dami's literary works include Geronimo Stilton: Cat And Mouse In A Haunted House, Geronimo Stilton: A Cheese-Colored Camper, Geronimo Stilton: The Great Ice Age, and Geronimo Stilton: The Secret Of The Sphinx.
Dami hails from Milan, Italy, where she was born in 1958. She set foot in the fiction world, as a proofreader for her family's publication company. She drafted her first set of stories when she was 18 years old. After serving as a volunteer for assisting sick kids, Dami thought of writing adventure novels that feature a mouse, Geronimo Stilton. Geronimo Stilton is among the most famous children's novel series worldwide. Till date, Dami's literary works have sold over 65 million copies across the globe. Dami has published over 100 books, which have been sold in 35 languages.