Thea Stilton: Thea Stilton and the Great Tulip Heist

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Geronimo Stilton

Publisher:

Scholastic

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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication Year 2014
ISBN-13

9789351032151

ISBN-10 9351032159
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 158 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 19.3 x 3.3 x 12.95
Weight (grms) 180

Thea Stilton #18: Thea Stilton and The Great Tulip Heist brings to the readers another adventure-filled story involving the Thea Sisters. The author of this book, Elisabetta Dami, has woven another intriguing mystery in the storyline which promises to keep little readers glued to the book right from page one till the very end.


In this book, Thea Stilton, who is the sister of Geronimo Stilton and the special correspondent of Mouse Island's favourite newspaper The Rodent Gazette, takes on another thrilling mystery that is mingled with sweet friendship. Violet, a friend of the Thea Sisters, is busy conducting an art class in the Netherlands when she suddenly learns that her father has disappeared under mysterious circumstances.


Violet's father is no ordinary man, he is a well-known botanist. In fact, his very disappearance is linked to his profession, in particular a rare black tulip. When the Thea Sisters come to know of their friend Violet's misfortune, they know they must act like friends in need and get all set to find her lost father. Will the little mice be successful in their mission in flower, windmill and canal-filled Holland is the mystery answered in the rest of the book.


Thea Stilton #18: Thea Stilton and The Great Tulip Heist was published by Scholastic India in 2014 and is available in paperback.

Geronimo Stilton

Geronimo Stilton is a best-selling children's book series published by Edizioni Piemme of Milan, Italy, since 2000. Scholastic Corporation has published the English version of the series since February 2004. Although the series credits its title character as the author, the idea was originally thought of by Elisabetta Dami. On older novels, the copyright is issued to a pseudonym "Geronimo Stilton"; this was changed on newer books. The books are intended for readers in the 6 12-year-old age range.

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