Geronimo Stilton: The Haunted Castle (Book - 46) takes its readers on a super-spooky journey to creepy Penny Pincher Castle. Summary Of The Book Geronimo Stilton: The Haunted Castle (Book - 46) brings children’s favorite mouse character, Geronimo Stilton back in action. Geronimo, who just happens to be at home and going about his usual business, hears his telephone ring. Its his uncle, Samuel S. Stingysnout. Geronimo is invited to Samuel’s scary castle that lies far off in a distant place in Mouse Island, along with his family. Geronimo is hesitant to say yes. He knows this trip isn’t going to be easy. Plus, he hates surprises. But all the relatives are going to be there! And Trap, Thea, and Benjamin are ready to go! So Geronimo can’t say no. He decides to go, despite knowing that this would make for one scary trip. Geronimo Stilton: The Haunted Castle (Book - 46) is the 46th book in this best-selling children’s book series. The main character is Geronimo Stilton, who is a talking mouse living with his other mouse friends and family in New Mouse City, Mouse Island. He is editor and journalist at a fictional newspaper, The Rodent’s Gazette. He is mild in his mannerisms and wishes to live a life of peace and quiet, but gets dragged away on crazy far-off adventures with his nine-year-old nephew Benjamin Stilton, younger sister Thea Stilton, and cousin Trap Stilton. All the books in this series are written in an autobiographical style. The book’s intended audience is in the age group ranging from 6-12 years. It’s an extremely popular children’s book, as is evident from the fact that it has been translated into 35 languages. About Geronimo Stilton Geronimo Stilton is the pseudonym used by Elisabetta Dami, an Italian author of children’s books. She is the author of The World of Animals, The Mona Mousa Code, The Secret of the Sphinx, and Who Stole the Mona Lisa? Elisabetta was born in Milan, Italy. She started her career as a proofreader at a publishing house owned by her family, and started writing stories at the age of 19. She had always carried a fondness for children. She spent her days, even at a young age, volunteering for sick children. With this experience, she began to generate ideas about writing children’s fiction with a mouse as the primary character. This series of books became a big best-seller both in Italy and abroad. And through the amazing success of her books, she was able to continue assisting children in need. She is the co-owner of the Italian publishing firm Piemme. She generates ideas for Geronimo’s adventures tales by travelling regularly to places such as Kilimanjaro and Sahara Desert.