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Geronimo's adventurous sister Thea takes center stage in this super special that's packed with mystery, adventure, and friendship!When Geronimo's sister, Thea, is invited to teach a journalism class at a college on Mouse Island, she has no idea that she's going to be called on to help solve a mystery. But when a student disappears, it's up to Thea and five of her studentsGeronimo's adventurous sister Thea takes center stage in this super special that's packed with mystery, adventure, and friendship!When Geronimo's sister, Thea, is invited to teach a journalism class at a college on Mouse Island, she has no idea that she's going to be called on to help solve a mystery. But when a student disappears, it's up to Thea and five of her students to find out what happened. A nail-biting mystery ensues, complete with secret passages, underground tunnels, and more than a few surprises along the way. Readers will love following the clues to help Thea and her new friends through their first adventure together!...

Title : Thea Stilton and the Dragon's Code
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ISBN : 9780545103671
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 176 Pages
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Thea Stilton and the Dragon's Code Reviews

  • Isao Hayashi
    2019-03-30 02:50

    This book is called Geronimo Stilton and the Dragon's Code by Elisabetta Dami. This a fiction book. Geronimo Stilton and the Dragons Code is a adventure and mystery book. I chose this book because I like the authors books and how she writes books. Elisabetta Dami is an Italian children's fiction writer and the author of books for children. Elisabetta Dami is an Italian children's fiction writer and the author of books for children.This book is about a mouse named Thea Silton and she needs to teach at a school named Mouseford Academy. In Mouseford Academy she meets some new students of Mouseford Academy how help her find a mouse named Hans Ratson who is actually a teacher of Mouseford Academy. They found out that the teacher was looking for ancient codes. The main characters of this book is Thea, Nicky, Pamela, Paulina, Colette, and Violet. The characters challenge is finding Hans Ratson. Throughout the story all the new students figure out how to not argue, work together, and to not fight. The general plot is Mouseford Academy.The conflict is that Hans Ratson is missing.The story made me feel interested to read the book. The book was exciting and it made me not stop reading it, eventhough the charaters don't seem real. My favorite part of the book is when they discovered how to find Hans Ratson. I liked the book very much because it was an adventure book. I would recommend this book to all my friend and people. I would give this book a 10 because it is written very well.

  • Heather
    2019-04-11 01:40

    Thea Stilton and the Dragon's Code is a series of books written by Thea, Geronimo's sister. Thea has been asked to return to her old school Mouseford Academy to teach a journalism course to a selected group of students. Excited and intrigued Thea rushes to pack and leave before the weather changes, as she has to sail to the island it is located on, and before school starts in a few days. When she lands on Whale Island she meets 5 young mice and immediately bonds with them, little does Thea know how important these 5 mice will be in solving a mystery before school even starts. Hans Ratson a student at the Academy has gone missing. Strangely enough. The girls start to look for clues with the help of Thea as a guide, but will they be able to find Hans before school starts and to solve the mystery of his random disappearance?This was a great book. Written in the typical Geronimo Stilton style, Thea's books offer readers the opportunity to help in solving the mystery more by looking for clues and putting the clues together. I also liked the little bits of random information that is offered to the reader about things written or talked about in the book such as information on lightening and how to calculate how far a storm is away from you.

  • Tal
    2019-03-22 06:31

    i love reading about the sister! yay! i just LOVE that there is SO much more information given in this book about vikings, green tea, dragons, etc! oh! and the kids are given clues and prompts to understand the clues so that they can feel like they are solving the mysteries! such an interesting story!

  • Georgeson Family
    2019-03-26 04:51

    I think this is an awesome book so far !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Arianah Chavez
    2019-04-14 02:38

    This is a really awesome book.

  • Ann
    2019-04-20 09:40

    I feel bad giving this book only two stars, because I was so clearly not the target audience. So many kids love these books that I wanted to try one, but I did not enjoy the experience. The many sidebars and additional information dumps were distracting and often irrelevant. The constant This is a CLUE! notes were annoying, especially since many of them could not be properly put into context or figured out without more information. I was particularly annoyed that they kept harping on having seen a particular mouse before, which relied on the reader to notice that one cartoon mouse looked similar to another cartoon mouse except for hair color, hair length, glasses, clothes, or pretty much every other visual indicator I was using to differentiate between cartoon mice. The constant changes in color and font of the text was hugely, hugely annoying.And yet, I know that all of these things that drove me up the wall are huge pluses, sometimes even the number one reason, why kids enjoy the books. I'll keep recommending them to the right age group, but have no intention of reading more myself (until Ivan wants to read them. And then I'll pretend to be having a great time. But I will be lying.)

  • Pamela
    2019-04-07 02:25

    In this book, there are clues after a couple of pages asking the obvious. Things like, “where is he?” “why are his books here?” “why is he out of breath?” were asked and all I could think of is that it’s spoiling the fun for me. Not that I should have expected anything else. This is a children’s book after all.It’s a good book, it’s enjoyable, but I can definitely think up of better books with the same elements as this but with a whole lot more information. Still, I liked reading with drawings to guide me. There was one point here where Nicky threw her hat, though, and I was baffled by the following drawings where she still had her hat on. I mean, didn’t she already throw it? Inconsistency wants to make me rip all my hair out.Compared to Geronimo Stilton, I think GS is better because we don’t really see much of Thea in this book (probably in the rest of her series as well). We focus on the Thea Sisters, which is just a group of friends namely Nicky, Colette, Paulina, Pamela, and Violet, and to be honest, I don’t really want to read about them."If an idea doesn't seem to be leading you anywhere, maybe it's time to try a new idea!" - Thea Stilton, page 101

  • Sara
    2019-04-06 01:50

    Category: easy reader, seriesAuthor: Thea Stilton (Geronimo Stilton)Title: Thea Stilton andthe Dragon's CodePublisher: 2009 by Scholastic Paperbacks ISBN: 0545103673 (ISBN13: 9780545103671)Genre: adventure seriesReading level: grade 3 and upAdventurous mouse Thea Stilton is invited to return to Mouseford Academy to teach a journalism class. After her arrival, a student disappears and Thea and five mouselings who aspire to become journalists themselves set out to solve the mystery. Together the mice crack a secret code and discover a secret passageway that leads them to the clues they need to find the missing mouseling. Similar to Geronimo Stilton books, this book is part of a series of short chapter mysteries. The text is sprinkled with clever mouse musings, color and fun variations in its font. The illustrations are colorful and an integral part of the story.

  • Jessi Jensen
    2019-03-25 02:51

    I have read many Gernimo Stilton Books, But I have never actually read a Thea Stilton Book. For the first Thea book i've read, I would say this book is a page turner! It has so many interesting clues and facts about different things in the book.My favourite part is when they figure out where Hans Ratisson disapeared to. I also love how she puts a little magnafine glass wherever there is a clue. Then later on in the book she puts a box to review the different clues.

  • Sam Hunter
    2019-03-27 08:31

    I think this is a great book. I would defently recemend this book to others. It is almost like a mystery book.Oh wate it is a mystery book.I love this book.

  • Mel
    2019-03-30 09:26

    Little Miss loves the Geronimo Stilton books, so she got a few of them and the Thea Stilton books for her birthday. I think she likes Thea more. I do too. Things just ‘happen ‘ to Geronimo. Thea actively seeks change and adventure. We talked a lot about the mystery as it unfolded. Can’t wait for the rest

  • Morgan
    2019-04-04 08:42

    J'ai bien aimé relire se livre, bien que j'ai 14 ans.Même si il est pour les jeunes, ce livre est réellement bien écrit et peut plaire à n'importe qui.J'adore les personnages et toutes les choses que nous apprenons en le lisant.I LOVE TEA SISTERS!!!

  • Joyce
    2019-03-26 07:50

    A really easy and quick fun read. The girls are so unique and easy to relate to. It's pretty hard to pick a favorite. The mystery aspect was interesting, but kind of obvious at some times. However, this novel was an interesting read. It nourishes us with interesting facts.

  • Morgan
    2019-04-17 02:30

    This book was a delight and I enjoyed it even more than the Geronimo Stilton book. I loved that it let the reader try and put the clues together themselves. And I love the group of girls who work together! Tres Fabumous!

  • Kylee Carlson
    2019-03-25 03:39

    I liked it because there was a mystery that was really hard to solve. I liked it a lot.

  • Alexandre Frohlich
    2019-04-12 02:55

    Good reading with my daughter Fast paced chapter books, well written and with nice pictures. My daughter really enjoys all the titles of this collection.

  • Rebekah
    2019-04-15 08:35

    This book was a good mystery and not what I expected.

  • Tina
    2019-04-18 03:48

    yo yo

  • Mahima
    2019-03-23 09:50

    I really like the book

  • Mehsi
    2019-04-04 08:42

    Meh, niet heel erg spannend, ik blij dat ik het boek niet heb gelezen als eerste anders had ik waarschijnlijk niet de serie gelezen. De meiden waren saai, de tekeningen waren niet al te goed, het mysterie was echt zo slecht, de feitjes die normaal leuk zijn aan deze boeken waren echt in de baby-fase, oh, hier een woord uit een zin, dit betekent het. *gaap*Ook mooi, Nicky zegt zelf dat ze NOOIT gaat duiken, wat heeft ze toch gedaan in een van de boekjes? Juist, gedoken, en ze zei zelfs dat ze het leuk vond en niks lievers deed. :PViolet was echt onuitstaanbaar. :|

  • Christine UmmelHosler
    2019-04-17 08:37

    Parents who’ve raised young boys sometime in the past decade may be familiar with the colorful books about Geronimo Stilton. A personable but timid anthropomorphic mouse, Geronimo lives in New Mouse City on Mouse Island, editing the newspaper The Rodent’s Gazette. His peaceful existence is perpetually interrupted by more daring friends and relations, who drag him out of his comfort zone and into a variety of adventures. One of those relations is Thea Stilton, his younger sister, a globe-trotting special correspondent.My daughter was mildly interested in the books about Geronimo, which came recommended by friends, but she quickly became a fan of the spin-off series focusing (sort of) on Thea. The first book, Thea Stilton and the Dragon s Code, follows Thea as she returns to the school she attended, Mouseford Academy, to teach a journalism class. There she meets five remarkable female students who team up to investigate a mysterious disappearance at the school.In the second book in the series, Thea moves to the sidelines, acting as the narrator for the adventures of the five students. This was fine with my daughter, who quickly took a liking to this group of younger mice. Together the “Thea Sisters,” as they dub themselves, travel to Japan and help catch the thief who has stolen a priceless doll; save a fashion show in Paris; venture into the Australian outback to cure a herd of ailing sheep; and even board a space shuttle to visit a resort constructed on the moon.When first introduced to readers, the five girl mice seem a bit stereotyped. Violet from China is shy and loves classical music, Australian Nicki is all about the outdoors, French Collete loves fashion and the color pink. Yet as the stories progress, their characters develop further. They become great friends in spite of their differences, and they reveal hidden strengths: Paulina from Peru becomes their computer expert, and tomboy Nicki often serves as peacemaker.There’s a lot to like about the Thea Stilton books. They’re extremely colorful, featuring not just detailed illustrations but also cartoony maps and informative sidebars about the stories’ real-world settings. Magnifying glass icons point out clues readers can use to solve the mystery. Key words are set in varied typography, brightly colored; I think the creative text treatment may have helped keep my daughter’s attention as she was making the transition from picture books to chapter books.One thing about the Thea Stilton books can be a little grating: The stories are punctuated by endless rodent puns! The mice praise things by calling them “fabumous”; secondary characters have names like Hans Ratson and Professor de Mousus; a caring teacher has “a heart as soft as cheese spread.” Oh well, my daughter loves them, even if she has to agree they’re a bit cheesy.Find more of my mother-daughter book reviews on my blog, Best Books for Girls.

  • Beatris
    2019-03-25 03:53

    No tenía planeado leer este libro pero vi la estantería y me dio un arrebato de querer cogerlo y releerlo. Recuerdo que cuando era pequeña me encantaba esta saga y no podía parar de leer los libros. Tea Stilton, hermana de Geronimo Stilton y reportera del periódico que dirige éste, El Eco del Roedor, recibe una carta. En ella, el director de la universidad de Ratford (en la que ella se graduó) le pide que vuelva a la universidad para impartir un curso de periodismo de aventuras. Sin embargo, una vez que vuelve al centro se da cuenta de que cosas extrañas están pasando y con la ayuda de Nicky, Pamela, Paulina, Colette y Violet intenta resolver el misterio. La historia, en mi opinión, se puede dividir en unas dos partes. La primera mitad del libro es más cómica que misteriosa y las situaciones no suelen ser en ningún momento demasiado serias. A partir de la segunda mitad es cuando empieza a tener menos humor y se centra más en resolver en misterio pero sin perder en ningún momento la esencia. Me gustó mucho la trama. Muchos pensaríamos que por ser un libro para niños el "misterio" es más fácil de resolver pero en mi opinión no es así. Obviamente no es la cosa más enrevesada del mundo pero tampoco se pasa de facilillo e incluso yo reconozco que no lo hubiera adivinado, en especial por eso del código. Se lee demasiado rápido. En parte por la poca longitud de la historia y la letra tan grande que contiene pero también tiene un ritmo que avanza muy rápido y continuamente están pasando cosas. El encanto decae más en los personajes que en otra cosa. El grupo se bastante variopinto y diferente. Pamela, una obsesiva de la mecánica y la pizza muy maja. Nicky, siempre en espacios abiertos y una ecologista de mucho cuidado demasiado activa. Paulina, un as con los ordenadores y con buen rollo con todo el mundo. Colette, una presumida (pero no es tan mala), un tanto pija pero una muy buena… ratona. Y, por último, Violet, mi favorita de todas. Inteligente, tímida, agradable, buena y perfecta, no se hable más. Un libro perfecto para pasar el rato que recomiendo bastante. 3/5 estrellas. "RESEÑA EN EL BLOG": AL BLOG:*-*Sé que hace muuuucho que no hago reviews en goodreads pero no he tenido demasiado tiempo. Incluso por el blog he estado mucho más inactiva. Espero un os haya gustado la review. ¡Un beso!

  • Lamis
    2019-03-29 06:51

    This is a very exciting book. I would recommend my friends to read it.

  • Nekokit
    2019-04-07 09:54

    This book is a really easy read suitable for most primary school readers. (Especially Girls) I reason I read this book, is that I found it on the to-be-shelved trolley in the library and just borrowed it to see that if it is better than the original Geronimo Stilton books. It was a little bit like the Geronimo Stilton books for example:Some of the words were colored and had different fonts. Had some kind of adventure.About the same amount of pages.The pictures.Likeable characters.Characters who are mice.But the big difference is that the "Thea Sisters" are the main characters in the book. Each Thea Sister has her own talents,nationality, personality and appearance. So really any child who reads this book will at least have one favorite character. The Thea Sisters names are: Nicky, Collete, Paulina, Violet and Pamela.So in the end, this book is really suitable and enjoyable to any child out there needing to read a book.

  • Ryan
    2019-04-09 07:42

    Geronimo's sister, Thea, got a letter from the postman.The letter said that the headmaster of the Mouseford Academy wants her to come.When Thea was a small mouse, she used to study in that school.So she took a ship Whale Island.Mouseford Academy is in Whale Island.When Thea got to Whale Island she met another 5 rodents.The 5 rodents names were called Nicky, Colette, Violet, Paulina and Pamela. So the 6 rodents went Mouseford Academy.When Thea went in to the school, the headmaster was very happy to see her. The headmaster showed Thea her room and the other 5 rodents. Then it was time dinner.It was raining.But,when Thea was on her way to the cafeteria,somebody found a book.Hans Ratson is somebody who works in the library. It belonged to Hans Ratson.But they didn't know where was Hans Ratson.But at the at the end of the story,they found Hans Ratson.

  • MrsHamel
    2019-04-18 08:35

    Description: The story of Thea Stilton, Geronimo's sister, and her beginning as a teacher at a boarding school. Her and her new students get right to work trying to solve the mystery of the dragon's code.Reaction: This was my first attempt at a Stiton book, and I was very disappointed. I found the layout distracting, particularly the way the storyline would move ahead and the next page would feature a picture of a previous scene. I used to suggest these to struggling readers, but I will not do that anymore. Recommended Level: IntermediateSubjects/Themes: boarding school, dragon, mysterySeries Information: The first in the series Thea Stilton.

  • Pour Marianne
    2019-04-13 01:54

    C'est Papa qui lit cette série avec Marianne, alors je suis moins équipée pour écrire une critique. Marianne a beaucoup aimé remplir le petit questionnaire au début du livre où elle pouvait devenir une Téa Sister elle aussi. Papa a moins aimé l'intrigue que dans le tome qu'ils avaient lu en premier (ils ont commencé par le deuxième tome). On a terminé le livre dans la salle d'attente de l'hôpital alors que Marianne s'est ouvert le menton sur la dalle de béton derrière chez nous. Ils ont commencé le troisième tome pas longtemps après, mais après un mois et demi, ils sont toujours en train de le lire. Marianne semble avoir perdu intérêt.

  • Antony Lui
    2019-03-28 07:34

    This is the first book of the Thea sister series. It starts with Thea Stilton receiving a letter from Mouseford Academy. They wanted her to become a teacher and teach a course about adventure journalism. She immediately accepted (she graduated from Mouseford) and took a boat to Whale Island. There, she met 5 mouselings who later on became the Thea sisters. They helped Violet and Thea solve a mystery on the dragon box. And the "culprit" was shocking. It was Bartholomew Sparkle, a fellow graduate of Thea Stilton.

  • Tiff
    2019-04-05 09:43

    Thea Stilton books are fun and brilliant. They are stories that girls would probably relate more to than boys (for boys, there are Geronimo Stilton books). This is one of the earlier stories for Thea Stilton and introduces us to the five mouse lets, the Thea sisters! The Thea sisters usually embark on an adventure and solves a mystery. In this story, the crack the dragon code! They work well as a team and each have different strengths that contribute to their success. This series is good for encourage young readers to continue reading!

  • Maya
    2019-04-14 09:54

    thea stillton and the dragon cove was so amazing .i thought the beginning was great how thea was an honor student and then comes back to be a teacher was my favorite part.One of the cool things is the thea stilton actucal wrote the book went she was in the story too.this story is all about these five mouses in the school find a hidden passage way in the dragon room. If you want to fine out more about the book .you have to read is !!!