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Who Stole the Mona Lisa? Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novel 6. By Geronimo Stilton.
Description : When Geronimo Stilton finds out that the Pirate Cats are going back in time to Venice in the year , he knows they must be after one thing: The Mona Lisa! Add to shelf. Surf's Up, Geronimo! Geronimo Stilton, No.
It's Halloween, You 'Fraidy Mouse! General Graphic Books. When Geronimo Stilton finds out that the Pirate Cats are going back in time to Venice in the year , he knows they must be after one thing: The Mona Lisa! Geronimo and friends must travel to Renaissance Italy to stop the Pirate Cats from stealing the Mona Lisa and taking credit for what is arguably the world's most famous painting.
But the Pirate Cats have an ace up their sleeve: someone in Geronimo's crew is an imposter!
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To ask other readers questions about Who Stole the Mona Lisa? Be the first to ask a question about Who Stole the Mona Lisa? Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. This graphic novel for early readers features a family of mice and their chief enemies, pirate cats. The story is a little strange and the mystery very obvious but the children enjoyed the adventure. The pictures are a little cartoonish but it's fun to look for Leonardo DaVinci's inventions in the background.
The illustrations also contain fact bubbles that explain the history behind the This graphic novel for early readers features a family of mice and their chief enemies, pirate cats. The illustrations also contain fact bubbles that explain the history behind the story. I appreciated that a lot. I actually learned some things about Leonardo DaVinci myself. Aug 08, Callie Stillion rated it it was amazing.
Bonzo, the most pethtic cat asks Tarsilla, 'How are we going to do it? When are we doing this? Jun 10, Jimmy rated it it was amazing. Want a quick and fun way to teach your young kids about who is Leonardo da Vinci, his famous painting of the Mona Lisa and also about Renaissance Italy? This fictional graphic novel for kids is not only fun but along the way you learn history!
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In volume six of the Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novel series the mouse and journalist Geronimo Stilton goes back into time along with his friends to stop the Pirate Cats from changing events in history. What are the Pirate Cats up to this time? They are attem Want a quick and fun way to teach your young kids about who is Leonardo da Vinci, his famous painting of the Mona Lisa and also about Renaissance Italy?
Geronimo Stilton. #6, Who stole the Mona Lisa? - Niles District Library
They are attempting to steal the Mona Lisa and it is up to a few group of mouse going back into time to stop them. But they must do so in such a way as to not reveal to the people of the times that they are from the future nor could they change history. Geronimo and his friends arrive at the castle of Cloux which is the historic location of where Da Vinci stayed at from My three kids and I enjoyed this work.
Sep 30, Mavis Ros rated it it was amazing.
As an artist, I highly recommend this to artists as well. Jul 24, Dolly rated it liked it Recommends it for: children starting to read graphic novels. Shelves: , childrens , france-french , italy , graphic-novels-comics , scifi-fantasy , aviation , science , historical-fiction. This is another fun story in the Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novels and our girls really love them. They are a bit of a pain to read aloud, but once you get into them, the plot moves quickly. We liked this tale about Leonardo da Vinci and his paintings and inventions as well as Francis I, his patron.
With the extra blurbs of information within the story, we learned a little about Renaissance history, too. We are looking forward to reading the next book, Dinosaurs in Action! Sep 01, Jaca rated it it was amazing.