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The hunt for the Colosseum ghost /

by Stilton, Geronimo [author.]; Pizzelli, Anna [translator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, NY : Scholastic Inc., 2018.Edition: First edition.Description: 194 pages : colour illustrations ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781338215229; 1338215221.Language note: Translated from the Italian.Uniform titles: Fantasma del colosseo. English.Subject(s): Stilton, Geronimo -- Juvenile fiction | Colosseum (Rome, Italy) -- Juvenile fiction | Haunted places -- Juvenile fiction | Occultism -- Investigation -- Juvenile fiction | Hoaxes -- Juvenile fiction | Mice -- Juvenile fiction | Rome (Italy) -- Juvenile fiction | Colosseum (Rome, Italy) -- Fiction | Haunted places -- Fiction | Ghosts -- Fiction | Hoaxes -- Fiction | Mice -- Fiction | Rome (Italy) -- Fiction | Italy -- Fiction | Fiction | Juvenile worksSummary: Geronimo is taking his Benjamin on a trip to Rome to learn the city's history (and keep him from failing fifth grade), but when they arrive they are immediately pulled into the investigation of the "ghost" of a gladiator that seems to be haunting the Colosseum and scaring tourists away.
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The Colosseum is being haunted by a gladiator ghost. None of the tourists want to visit anymore! Geronimo must solve the mystery and rid the site of its ghost. Can Geronimo clear his name and catch the real thief before it's too late?

"PLUS a bonus Mini Mystery and cheesy jokes!"

Originally published as: Il fantasma del colosseo. Milano : Piemme, ©2016.

Geronimo is taking his Benjamin on a trip to Rome to learn the city's history (and keep him from failing fifth grade), but when they arrive they are immediately pulled into the investigation of the "ghost" of a gladiator that seems to be haunting the Colosseum and scaring tourists away.

Translated from the Italian.

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