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Where is Israel?,
This review is from: Thea Stilton and the Blue Scarab Hunt (Thea Stilton #11): A Geronimo Stilton Adventure (Paperback)
I haven't read the book but I have quite a few of Jeronimo Stilton's books for my son. I wouldn't buy this, as others have pointed out, it erased Israel from the map in it. Why didn't editors see this? Is this political? Are childrens' books getting this political? Imagine being from Israel and reading this to your child and you are trying to show where you lived and find it erased. It actually has happened. I am shocked at Scholastic has allowed this. I love Scholastic and have bought hundreds if not thousands of books from them but this discourages me to buy.