Book I: The Mysterious Disappearance of Sir Cheddar
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This book is a children’s literature classic. It has been reprinted several times and is still very popular amongst children.
Monsieur Gruyère speaks several languages and is always the hero of an adventure involving another cheese …
Who will ever forget “Lady Mozzarella’s Midnight Dance” or “Mister Camembert Eludes the Police”, or even “The Case of Haggis Stilton”?.
Of course Sylvia Flex was writing in a time where trademarks were not so tyrannical. Were she to write now, she would probably be involved in the Swiss-French judicial battle about the right to use the word Gruyère and experts would write her disapproving letters about the fact that, no, a Gruyère has no holes!!!!
In the same collection:
Papa Parmesan and the Phantom of the Pendolino
Granny Goat-cheese Laughing Under the Stars
Miss Handkäs mit Musik and the Mafia of Los Angeles
Looking for Young Gouda Lost in the Big City
Madam Brunost and the Masked Avenger
Mister Roquefort and the Ghost of Napoleon
Uncle Manchego has the Last Laugh
Where are Miss Feta’s Golden Shoes ?
Ms. Mascarpone wants to Meet Al Capone