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A very funny lesson about minding your money. And what happens if you don’t. Poor Geronimo. Literally. He’s spent so much lately there’s nothing left in the bank. Rancid rat hairs! Even worse, his grandfather has sent him off to Moldy Manor to learn how to save money. What’s even worse than having no bread of your own? Having to eat crumbs from miserly Uncle Stingysnout’s table. It’s almost as bad as being stuck in a mousetrap. Can Geronimo get smart with his money so this never happens again? Read on for chuckles, stinky cheese, funny colour pictures and loads of cool tips on saving up.
Geronimo Stilton (book 59)
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