After being enrolled in the Song Festival, Geronimo Stilton's song, "Welcome to New Mouse City," goes to the top of the charts and makes Geronimo a star, but very few CDs are sold after the festival. Will Geronimo and his detective friend, Hercule Poirat, be able to solve the mystery?
A colourful and fun read for upper-primary school level readers.
Geronimo Stilton turns out to be a mousey singing 'idol' who goes on to cut his own recording. But quickly his CD sales fall, even though everyone is listening to his songs...
Told simply and with humour, the story is an obvious plug to persuade young hearts against music piracy. There is a credible adventure within which it is easy to see how artists suffer from this sort of crime.
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