By Geronimo Stilton
Have fun the vacations fashionable -- mouse-style, that's! sign up for Geronimo for his first-ever designated variation. It used to be Christmastime on Mouse Island, and that i couldn't wait to rejoice with my family and friends. yet then i found that they have been all touring out of city for the vacations, and I'd be spending Christmas by myself! i used to be beginning to suppose like a true grinch. could this be my loneliest Christmas ever?
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