Geronimo Stilton. The Karate Mouse (Geronimo Stilton, Book 40)
Scholastic, $8.00, ISBN: 9781424244157, 100 pg.
Reviewed by Robin, Age 10

A massive mouse dressed in white opened the door. “You must be Geronimo. I am Hans. Please lie down on the table.” I lay down but I wasn’t at all relaxed. Holey cheese, how could I relax when a mouse the size of a truck was about to crunch my bones? Hans took some oil from a little bottle and rubbed it all over his paws. Then he began to massage my back. “Geronimo, your muscles are very tense!” he said, “I have to dig my paws into them!”

The Karate Mouse is a book about a mouse named Geronimo who gets signed up for karate by his friends. Geronimo gets a phone call from his friend Bruce. Bruce says, “I’ll meet you at your house at 5 o’clock in the morning.” Geronimo is training with Shorty his trainer. At the end, Geronimo fights a tough mouse and wins.

My favourite part is when Geronimo uses his secret move. I liked it because I thought it was cool.

I liked the book because I thought it was a good book. A child who likes Geronimo Stilton books and who likes to read adventure books would like it. Yes, I would recommend this book because it is a good book. I like the characters because they are nice and kind. I do not know anyone like them. I like the author’s writing style because it is good and interesting.

I give this book a rating of five out of five stars.


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