By Geronimo Stilton
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Halloween and Egypt and mummies . . . oh, my! I admit it, i'm a 'fraidy mouse. Halloween scares me out of my fur! yet this Halloween, i used to be keeping off on an event in a single of my very favourite locations: Egypt. I couldn't wait to work out the points of interest and take up a few sunlight far-off from New Mouse urban. What I didn't discover used to be that Halloween is well known in Egypt, too -- with the mummies, that's! Oh, what's a 'fraidy mouse to do?
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The Mummy with No Name by Geronimo Stilton