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1. Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire :
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2. The Official Pokémon Handbook
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5. Pokemon Colosseum : Prima's Official
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7. Pokemon: Prima's Official Strategy
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1. Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire : Prima's Official Strategy Guide (Prima's Official Strategy Guides)
by ELIZABETH HOLLINGER
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Asin: 0761542566
Catlog: Book (2003-03-25)
Publisher: Prima Games
Sales Rank: 6128
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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Defeat Team Aqua and Team Magma!
·Tips for winning the Pokémon Contests
·Locations to all Secret Bases and Battle Towers
·Thorough Pokédex, featuring Ruby and Sapphire Pokémon, with locations, statistics, and skills
·Strategy to win all 2-on-2 battles and beat all enemy Pokémon Trainers
·Complete walkthrough of the vast new Pokémon world, including all cities, towns, streets, and dungeons
·Detailed moves list
·Tips to capturing, evolving, and customizing your Pokémon
·Detailed charts for Technical and Hidden Machines
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4-0 out of 5 stars A much superior product than their first Gold/Silver guide
Prima's previous Pokemon Gold/Silver guide was not their best effort; it was rushed and most of the Pokemon were not even pictured in the book. This Ruby/Sapphire guide more than makes up for their last guide.

The guide takes the time to describe the new features of Ruby and Sapphire, all the new info you need on capturing, types, status problems and evolving, and it even details the differences between the old Gold/Silver features and the new Ruby/Sapphire features; an "In" and "Out" list, e.g. the clock and Pokegear from Gold/Silver compared to the new Pokenav in Ruby/Sapphire. The breeding section is very helpful, but not thorough or detailed enough for those who want to raise pokemon with special egg moves; it is possible with some work, but it will be great if Prima does another book dedicated to breeding and inheriting special moves like their Master Pokedex for Gold/Silver.

The walkthrough is organized quite nicely, and the screen shots are crisp and clear in beautiful full color. The item list takes a different approach; rather than state exactly where each item is, there are "checklists" where you can check off the items you obtain as you find them in that region. I didn't find this too troublesome. Prima has opted not to list each trainer and their bench of pokemon; I am not thrilled with this omission, but the guide is so well put together, I am willing to grudgingly deal with it, I guess the company wanted to provide players with the element of surprise, so make sure you have a diverse or strong team with you at all times. I am however grateful that the pokemon appearances and frequencies are listed, as well as which one appears in which version when applicable, including appearances in the water when fishing or surfing. The gym leaders and their pokemon benches are still detailed, along with very helpful tips on beating them, the badge won and its effect and the TM provided. I also like how each major and minor event or task is numbered, but you can still complete each task in any order you like. I love the pokedex and how straightforward and streamlined it is; everything you need to know from the nature(s) of each pokemon to its evolution(s) and its branches, but they make a mistake on Wurmple's evolution stating that it depends on the time of day. Wurmple's evolution to Silcoon or Cascoon is entirely random.

The best feature of all is the Pokemon Contest, to which the book dedicates its own section. A bit of the information is a little confusing, but carefully read will give you all you need to know, including what berries to mix to make the best pokeblocks and their effects when used. They included the battle moves and contest moves, even the contest move combos! The item list is as complete as anyone could ever want. Overall, this book provides a good balance of information to beat the game without revealing too much. I still would have liked to see the trainer data but Prima's guide will deeply satisfy most players wanting to get the most out of the game. You'll be glad you bought this book!

5-0 out of 5 stars An Essential!
Not having a vast variety of player's guides to choose from, I compared this guide to one other, the one offered by Brady Games. The most essential difference that I could notice between the two guides that made me purchase this one by Prima instead is the lack of a Pokedex.

The Pokedex is highly detailed, describing the various strengths and weaknesses of 200 Pokemon (obviously not including all the ones found in the various Pokemon versions, but only the ones found in Ruby/Saphire versions). The Pokedex also describes every move a Pokemon can learn, and at what level it learns the move and what level it evolves to it's higher form. Some of the old favorites such as Geodude and Machop can only evolve to their final form through a link cable with another Pokemon player. Fear not, if you have no buddies around that have the game (or that can admit to having the game), yet you still want to "catch 'em all", you could just focus on catching all the Pokemon specific to your version of the game.

The guide also has a nicely detailed walkthrough, saying what Pokemon can be found in what areas of the game and telling you the easiest method of getting through the basic premise and heading on to battle the Elite Four. It also gives you handy guides on the items and and their prices offered by each town that you pass, so you can just turn to your guide to find the item you need, rather than FLYing from city to city trying to find that specific item.

But wait, there's more! (Sounds like those tv ads, huh?) Well, I thought the guide very handy for Pokemon Contests, as I find the Contest Hall a fun little place to compete in every now and again. You'll also find detailed descriptions of every field move that a Pokemon may use, and also descriptions of how these moves work during Appeal Time in Pokemon Contests.

I can't imagine another guide comparing to the quality of work I've come to trust from Prima. To truly master the game (you'd be surprised how many things are so easy to miss), you need this guide. So what are you waiting for? Click "Add to Shopping Cart!"

4-0 out of 5 stars RUBY AND SAPPHIRE GUIDE
THE REASON I RATE THIS GAME GUIDE A 5 IS THAT IT HELPED ME GET REGICE, REGSTEEL, AND REGIROCK AND REYQAZA THE STRONG POKEMON ALSO IT TELLS ME HOW TO DO ALOT. CAUSE OF IT I GOT RAQAZA TO LEVEL 97 AND BLAZKEN TO LEVEL 100 BUT HAVEN'T QUIT CAPTUERED LATIOS CAUSE HE KEEPS ON FLEAING BATTLE. ALSO ANOTHER THING NOT COOL IS THAT RAYQAZA CANT ENTER BATTLE TOWER LEVEL 100. SO THEY NEED TO MAKE A FEW ADJUSTMENTS

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good and detailed...
Cons:

-Fully detailed maps that tell where trainers are, which trainers will be added to your Trainer's Eye, items, and sometimes a number. When you see a number on the map, there will be another number somewhere on the page that tells you what to do there (or what happens, etc.)

-Tells where to find items,tm's and hm's,rare and common pokemon, how and when pokemon evolve, the abilities,attack and tm and hm moves they can learn, as well as "egg moves".

-Complete walkthrough of the game, as well as little side quests such as catching Rayquaza.

-Shows every move's damage, accuracy, pp, and effects, as well as what they do in pokemon contests.

Cons:

-Some ability summaries aren't specific.

(This one might not be a con to some)-It doesn't tell how to catch the Regi pokemon, instead, it just has the braille alphabet to help.

-At first, the part of the guide that shows you when pokemon evolve and when they learn moves MIGHT seem complicated...

Overall:5 stars, it's worth it!

4-0 out of 5 stars A Pretty Good Guide
I bought this guide not a long time ago and I have to admit, it's really good. It has a map of almost all areas in the game, a Pokedex at the end, and some helpful tips, too. The reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because of a couple mistakes in the Pokedex and missing items in the maps. ... Read more


2. The Official Pokémon Handbook
by Maria S. Barbo
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Asin: 0439154049
Catlog: Book (1999-11-01)
Publisher: Scholastic
Sales Rank: 2854
Average Customer Review: 4.46 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Pokemon Book Phenomenon
A great guide to everything you need to know about Tijiri's monsters! If you are into the fad and you gotta catch em' all I suggest reading the info on the Trainers and Elite Four. While you read this book don't read just one page because you "gotta read em'all"!

4-0 out of 5 stars It has everything EXCEPT about 100 Pokemon!!!
The Official Pokemon Handbook is an excellent guide to Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow, but if you own Pokemon Gold, Silver, or Crystal, this book is absolutely no help at all. In the Togepi entry, they don't even list its number for crying out loud! Aside from that ... error, this book is nigh flawless. The descriptions are helpful, evolutionary data is critical, and the learned move lists help to determine how to raise your team. All in all, a good buy.
-Pokemon Obsessive

5-0 out of 5 stars It's a wonderful book!
If you need to ever know what kind of Pokemon is that, when does it evolve, and things like that, buy this book. It's got over 100 pages of information in it so I think it's definately worth the price. Plus, it's got little reviews of Togepi and Mew that are fun to read and show off to your friends. I definately recommend this book to everyone who's a Pokemon fan.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great book!!
I love this book!! If you want to brush up on your Pokemon skills, or you want to read it to tell your mom that you've read a book tonight this has great reading value. It's a good book that should be made into a sorta sequel so that all of the Pokemon discovered are in one book!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellant, informative and funny -- wish #4 was as good
The Official Pokemon Handbook was more than I could have hoped for. It not only contained descriptions of the Original 150 Pokemon plus Mew and Togepi, as well as their moves and what level or how they evolved (if they did). Handbook #4, however, merely contained the name of the Pokemon, what moves they had, and how big they were -- it was complete, describing only the new Pokemon in Ruby and Sapphire but not including the old ones who stayed on the the current versions. #4 is only available for distribution through the school market. ... Read more


3. The Ultimate History of Video Games: From Pong to Pokemon--The Story Behind the Craze That Touched Our Lives and Changed the World
by Steven L. Kent
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Asin: 0761536434
Catlog: Book (2001-09-06)
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles
Sales Rank: 6561
Average Customer Review: 4.54 out of 5 stars
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Inside the Games You Grew Up with but Never Forgot
With all the whiz, bang, pop, and shimmer of a glowing arcade. The Ultimate History of Video Games reveals everything you ever wanted to know and more about the unforgettable games that changed the world, the visionaries who made them, and the fanatics who played them. From the arcade to television and from the PC to the handheld device, video games have entraced kids at heart for nearly 30 years. And author and gaming historian Steven L. Kent has been there to record the craze from the very beginning.
This engrossing book tells the incredible tale of how this backroom novelty transformed into a cultural phenomenon. Through meticulous research and personal interviews with hundreds of industry luminaries, you'll read firsthand accounts of how yesterday's games like Space Invaders, Centipede, and Pac-Man helped create an arcade culture that defined a generation, and how today's empires like Sony, Nintendo, and Electronic Arts have galvanized a multibillion-dollar industry and a new generation of games. Inside, you'll discover:
·The video game that saved Nintendo from bankruptcy
·The serendipitous story of Pac-Man's design
·The misstep that helped topple Atari's $2 billion-a-year empire
·The coin shortage caused by Space Invaders
·The fascinating reasons behind the rise, fall, and rebirth of Sega
·And much more!
Entertaining, addictive, and as mesmerizing as the games it chronicles, this book is a must-have for anyone who's ever touched a joystick.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Ultimate History is truly the Ultimate Book
I'm not much on reading books, I usually like lots of pictures & this book doesn't have a lot of pictures. But I must say I LOVED this book!
It was so fascinating that I couldn't put it down. It tells the story of Video games from the early days of Atari & Pong, up to the Play Station Era. It tells about the rise & fall of the game companies, programmers & the people who shaped the industry.
If you are at all interested in video games, aren't we all, you must read this book. It is a pretty big book, 624 pages & only about 10 pages of pictures. It is filled with cool facts, lots of history, & great stories about not only the games, but the people who brought them to life. All of the game systems & companies are talked about, I doubt the author left anyone out.
I love the crazy stories of the Atari companies antics; they liked to hold board meetings in hot tubs & smoke unusual things in their factory. I love the conflicts between the companies; theft, industrial espionage,patent & copyright infringement: I think everyone sued everyone else at some point in time.
Most of all I really love the stories of people who believed in what they were doing & were ably to follow their dreams & make something special no matter what anyone else told them. And I love remembering the games. My favorites were: Tempest, Centipede, Donkey Kong, Ms. Pac Man, & the Atari 2600 Adventure. Those were the days.

4-0 out of 5 stars Complete, well written, but where's Europe in all this?
This book covers over 600 pages of entertainment history, starting at the beginning of the previous century up until the year 2001. It tells about the development of the entertainment business from the early novelty games and the development of the pinball machine, through the invention of the first computer and television games to the rise and fall (and rise again) of the coin-operated video game arcades which eventually lead to the development of game consoles and hand held computer games. Many of the well known and lesser known companies are present: Atari, CapCom, Sega, Nintendo, Namco, Activision, Electronic Arts, Coleco, Commodore, Mattel, Rare, etc.

The book reads as a novel and the story is told by the people who made video gaming history, through interviews held by the author. There are many anecdotes and quotes that really paint the picture of this colorful history, which will coincide with the history of many of this book's readers, making the book that more interesting to read.

There is a small section of 9 pages with black-and-white pictures showing some of the people who played a significant role in video gaming history. Also there are enticing pictures of a "centipede" assembly hall and a storage facility full of "donkey kong" games; cabinets that are now very hard to find in good condition.

Less glamourous but certainly part of history are the chapters about court cases and congressional investigations into violence, and the reactions of the game mannufacturing community.

Towards the end the book is more about the business than the actual games, listing the numbers consoles sold and the amount of money earned by some of the leading companies. This gets boring and while offering insight into the relative successes, it does not hold much historic value.

American and Japanese readers will probably not notice, but Europe is hardly mentioned in this book, leaving readers from this part of the world feeling underappreciated. While Europe played an important part in video gaming history, especially when America's video game business was failing, almost of none of this information is contained in this book. Even events, like the following, that played a major role aren't even hinted at:

"By 1980, Magnavox had become a subsidiary of North American Philips (NAP), a Dutch electronics conglomerate. As a result, Philips released the European equivalent of the Odyssey² (the Videopac G7000) under its own company name. The Phillips Videopac G7000 was more successful than its American counterpart. There were many different versions of the system around the world, and one version (the G7200) even had a built-in monitor.

"The G7000 inspired a larger following and enjoyed a longer life span in Europe than the Odyssey² ever had in the U.S. As a result, more games were created for the European market. If anything, the console enjoyed an even greater following when it was released in Brazil, where it was called simply the Odyssey. Brazil was treated to practically the entire release library of both the U.S. and Europe, and received a couple of exclusive titles (Clay Pigeon! and Comando Noturno!) as well.

(quote from www.classicgaming.com, 2004)

The lack of complete information is compensated by a strong focus on Atari and Nintendo. Although these companies obviously played an important part in the history of computer games, it appears to be a slightly skewed representation of the entire playing field.

Apart from that I give the book a big thumbs up for detailing a very important part of history and being so well written.

3-0 out of 5 stars It's entertaining, but lackluster at some points, too.
I've always been fascinated with video gaming history. Although I was born in the mid 80's, consoles such as the Atari 2600 have always captured my interest even though they were "outdated" by the time I got into video games. The neat thing about gaming history is that you can tell the story from so many different angles - different companies, different time periods, etc. Although I've read many books (and articles) on video games prior to this one, there is still plenty to learn - and there was certainly information in here new to me.

There were many things to enjoy in this book, but there were a few shortcomings. I loved how the book went in-depth on the history of the classic gaming era, but it seemed to go a bit soft when it came to the 8-bit and 16-bit systems. Arcade games are discussed thoroughly in the beginning of the book, but are ignored near the end. Nintendo and Atari have chapters upon chapters of history, but lesser selling systems (such as the Neo*Geo) are restricted to the footnotes. The book also tended to waste too much time discussing court cases. Now, although many of those cases were turning-points for the gaming industry, a few seemed irrelevant (e.g., Donkey Kong vs. King Kong) and were confusing and hard to follow for someone like me without a background in law.

Make no mistake, the first half of this book is excellent. And in the closing paragraph the author says he intended to publish this book in 1995 or 1996. I think, given the little coverage he makes of anything past the mid-90's, his book would have fared better if released earlier. A few chapters (mainly the ones concerning the legal disputes) I could do without. The book also had a bad habit of jumping around in time. It documents the rise and fall of Atari's coin-op division, but then starts over to talk about the rise and fall of the Atari VCS.

Bottom Line: If classic gaming history is your thing, there are better books to be read than this one. But if you want a broader look on video games that encompasses all generations - you may just enjoy this!

5-0 out of 5 stars Captivating read for all who have loved video games
Having been born in 1984, I was open to the video game revolution when Nintendo became a big influence. My life revolved around near worship of Nintendo of America. From buying the systems, games, and gear, I totally immersed myself in the culture of video games. However, I was not aware of the heritage that had preceded my birth and the work and love that had gone into the video game industry. This book has opened my eyes to that and has given me a much greater appreciation for the work done by the great geniuses in the video game industry.

Kent begins with the major pinball companies to give you a grounding in the leading companies that would eventually move into the coin-op and then consumer video game businesses. The book chronicals the making of games from a ragtag group of MIT students to Nolan Bushnell's grand experience of Atari and then all the way up to Microsoft proposing X-Box. The major focus of this book is the early years of gaming. Much of the material chronicals the work of the early Coin-op and console manufacturers. This is a very refreshing view of the industry, showing the original roots of the market.

I definitely suggest this book. Kent's light-hearted style is augmented by the thoroughness of his work. This book is brimming with direct quotes from the major players in the gaming industry. If you have had an interest in the work done to make the video game industry as popular as it is, this book is a definite suggestion. Read away!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great book, but not a great reference
This was a great book. it has a lot of characteristics of a good novel, telling the story of video games, from pong to pokemon, as the title suggests. however, i was looking for a book i could use to research my term paper on the history of video games. unfortunately, this wasn't organized in a way i could use it like that. if i wanted to find information on nintendo, i had to skim the book until iot started talking about nintendo.
i found this book especially interesting, since i am at the age where video games are common, but i was never subject to early games, anyuthing before about the SNES. my first video game experience was the N64. so this book really gives me a lot of background info on how current games evolved.
overall, i would reccommend this book, but not for research. i actually wouldn't mind reading it like any other book, from start to finish. it would be worth checking out of your local library, at least. ... Read more


4. Pokemon Fire Red & Leaf Green : Prima Official Game Guide
by ERIC MYLONAS
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Asin: 0761547088
Catlog: Book (2004-09-14)
Publisher: Prima Games
Sales Rank: 3006
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5. Pokemon Colosseum : Prima's Official Strategy Guide
by LEVI BUCHANAN
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Catlog: Book (2004-03-23)
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Sales Rank: 11933
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Prima Strategy Guide Not To Be Missed
I'm getting the game Pokemon Colosseum and the Bonus Disk. As usual I get lost early in the game and Ta-Da!!! I reach for my Prima Strategy Guide and next thing you know I am playing the end of game extras. This is one Prima Strategy Guide not to be missed.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Book's Great!
This Book Is A Very Great Book! I Suggest You Buy It. Well It Is The Official Guide Book Isn't It?! It Has All The Infomation You Need Like Walkthroughs For The RPG And A Pokedex In The Back. ... Read more


6. Official Nintendo Pokemon Colosseum Player's Guide
by Nintendo Power
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Asin: 193020647X
Catlog: Book (2004-03)
Publisher: Nintendo of America Inc.
Sales Rank: 113648
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In Pokemon Colosseum's Story mode, the all-new Orre region is being taken over by criminals and their tainted Pokemon.You'll need to defeat them all and snag every one of their Shadow Pokemon to rescue them before it's too late.Nintendo's official pros will help you save Orre - and defeat hundreds of Trainers in Battle mod, too!

Story Mode - Find your way across the driest deserts and to the highest peaks of Orre with our full-color maps that pinpoint the location of every Shadow Pokemon and vital item.

Battle Mode - With droves of Trainers to beat in 12 colosseum competitions and the 100-Trainer Mt. Battle challenges, you'll want the inside scoop on the Pokemon you'll be facing.

PokeDex & Extra Data - You can snag many Pokemon that haven't appeared since Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver - and you'll find all their PokeDex data plus lots more in the official Player's Guide. ... Read more


7. Pokemon: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
by ELIZABETH HOLLINGER
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Asin: 0761518126
Catlog: Book (1998-10-07)
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles
Sales Rank: 223606
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Japans Pocket Monsters have invaded America! You must find, capture, and tame these monsters to capture the title of champion Pokemon trainer. Primas Official Strategy Guide to Pokemon will take you from the starter monsters through the role-playing, collecting, and trading frenzy that is Pokemon. Plus, both the RED and BLUE versions of the game are covered in one amazing book. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A VERY, VERY GOOD BOOK. IT HELPED ME BEAT THE GAME
The moment I borrowed this book from my friend , I found it to be the best guide that I have ever read. The information was very accurate and the maps were beautiful. Not to mention the awesome colour. There were some errors however. I states that you can find a Pokemon called Lucky in the Unknown Dungeon, but they really ment Chansey. Also the Unknown Dungeon map is completely wrong. There are also many spelling errors and the pages fall apart very easily. I think that they should have spent some more time spell checking the book and doing one complete run through to check for accuracy and errors before it was put out in the stores. Over all I thought I thought that it was a great piece of advice and that I couldn't have gotten along without it. Their Pokedex was amazing with all the information that you'd ever need to become a Pokemon Master. It was very creative and not to mention very organized. My sincere thanks to all those great people who put this amazing book together.I strongly recommend anyone who has the game to either purchase or borrow this fine book. Thanks a ton, Daniel Valadares Oakville,Ontario CANADA

5-0 out of 5 stars You can't go wrong with this guide by your side!
This book is the best Pokemon guide I've read. It's better than the "Pokemon Trainer's Survival Guide."

"Pokemon: Prima's Official Strategy Guide" will make it easier and more fun to play either the blue or red version. The easy-to-read maps help you find your way through Pokemon Island.

The book has a section called "All the Skills You Ever Need to Know" that tells you the best attacks as well as which attacks your Pokemon should forget. Another section called "Items Galore" tells you which objects to toss and which ones to keep. There's also a very handy Pokemon Check-List.

This guide will help you catch 'em all.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Help
Don't know where to go to next, don't have a clue what you are doing. Look for this strategy guide and you'll find all the help you need to beat these two great games. I you ever buy Pokemon blue or red, make sure you get the strategy guide, and don't end of have a nervous breakdown, because you don't know what to do next. The only way I ever had a chance at beating this game was by buying the guide to help me. It helps you through all of the rough a tough spots in the game. A must have, ( only if you own 1 of these games).

5-0 out of 5 stars Like Pokemon? Read This Book!
Pokemon Return of the Squirtle Squad

Would you like to be saved by the Squirtle Squad? In this book the squad saves all the Pokemon from Team Rocket. I love this book because Ash thinks Squirtle is the best pet.

Student from G.P.

3-0 out of 5 stars Cool but needs improvement
They called Moltres "Moltos" but only once because they spelled it the right way in the back of the book. The maps and quick and dirty path were very helpful. The one thing I would like to see is trainer tables. That way, you know which trainers are which and what Pokemon they use. In Prima's Gold/Silver guide, this feature was included. In this game, the pokemon that the trainers use is a total mystery. The makers of the book should have thought about the trainer table idea when they wrote it. ... Read more


8. Journey to the Orange Islands (Pokemon Chapter Book #9)
by Tracey West
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Asin: 0439169429
Catlog: Book (2000-06-01)
Publisher: Scholastic
Sales Rank: 8521
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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What starts out as a simple errand for Professor Oak could became the adventure of a lifetime for Ash Ketchum and his friends. Join Ash - and his Pikachu - as he catches wild Pokmon, makes new friends, and continues training to become a Pokmon Master. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Journey to the Orange Islands
This book is based on the episodes Pallet Party Panic, A Scare in the Air, Pokeball Peril, and The Lost Lapras.

4-0 out of 5 stars A bit weak
It is a bit weak but great after all. I don't like PKMN but I read widely so I'd say it's quite good. My advice is to read all the reviews before buying the book. But if you are foreign, I'd advice you to buy it at a local store and not from amazon.com but if you can wait a few weeks and want a nice, shiney book order it from amazon.com.

3-0 out of 5 stars I like the Story but...
All pokemon stories I find interesting and cute, especially the pictures. As with all pokemon books, Ash tries to win badges and catch pokemn; that is the basic storyline, which is ok on TV but not in text. The writing is probably for little children from the way it is, so it might be too easy for older readers. Personally, if I didn't watch the TV show I'd have difficulty comprehending what was going on. ... Read more


9. How to Draw Pokemon (Pokémon)
by Tracey West
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Asin: 0439434408
Catlog: Book (2003-05-01)
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Sales Rank: 3719
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Grab your pencil.Pick up some paper.And get ready to tdraw the coolest, most action-packed Pokemon art ever.Catch step-by-step secret tips on drawing your favorite Pokemon, like Pikachu, Togepi, Chikorita, Meowth, Pichu, Houndour, Lugia, Cyndaquil, and more!Plus, draw bonus poses of Pokemon in action, and create your own battle scenes!You'll be a Pokemon drawing-Master in no time! ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars They don't teach you anything!
I'm a big fan of pokemon and I really wanted to learn how to draw a Mew. This book doesn't teach you anything. They just show you a picture of Meowth and say draw it. They don't even give you the right steps. And you can only learn to draw about fifteen pokemon. Compare that to all the 386 other pokemon that people want to draw. Plus they don't show you how to draw Mew. ... Read more


10. Island of the Giant Pokemon (Pokemon Chapter Book #2)
by Tracey West
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Asin: 0439104661
Catlog: Book (1999-07-01)
Publisher: Scholastic
Sales Rank: 5278
Average Customer Review: 4.08 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars I like it a lot!!!
It's a good book. I like the adventure they have. Some parts are very exciting. I like the pictures. They are awesome! Good reading level for me (I am 7 years old). Pokemon is one of my favorite things. That's why I liked the book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very unusual
I just wanted to say that this book is one of the most unusual Pokemon books ever written. Basically, Pikachu, along with most of Ash's other Pokemon, get stranded on a desert island where they meet Pokemon that are ten times bigger than they would normally be. Not only that, when the Pokemon speak in this episode, there are subtitles so we can understand them. This is the first time we get to find out what the Pokemon are saying. We get to see things from their point of view, and that is what makes this book so interesting. I think this is a book that just about every kid will enjoy, whether he or she likes Pokemon or not.

3-0 out of 5 stars Excelent story For Teens and Older
The story takes place in Germany and in the U.S.A. but mostly in Germany. There are two boys one 17 and one 15 Spence is 15 and Dieter is 17. They both are in World War 2. One is in the Nazis and another is an American paratrooper. They go through hard times and think, " this is not the war we had in mind" Because there is no fighting going on.

Then they have a small war in a forest where they can only trees and they all look alike. Dieter (the Hitler youth instructor) is shot and Spence trys to help him out and gets shot by dieters friends to help him and is rough with him.

The reason I gave this book 3 stars is it had bad grammar and words misspelled but it is fun to read.

4-0 out of 5 stars lost island
The story is about Ash and his friends go on the s.s Anne for a Pokemon cruise. The guy said some body battle me.Ash said I would .Ash won the battle . Then he asked do you want to trade Pokemon with me. He said o.k. the guy took him to the special room where you trade pokemon.Then team rocket came and wanted to battle ash. So he did. Then the ship started to sink in the ocean.Ash said I want my Pokemon back.The guy took him back to the room to trade back pokemon.Then all of a sudden The boat started to sink.They all were at the bottom of the ocean.Ash said how are we going to get out of here.Mistey said we can use are Pokemon to get us out of here.So they helped them get out of there.Team rocket used there only Pokemon magikarp.James said I don't want you any more.He let it go.Then it evolved to a Gyarados.Then he used dragon rage.They all got trapped in it. Then they woke up on the island.They couldn't find there pokemon.So they went looking for them.At night they saw the three birds that were very rare.They had to run a way from the birds so they wouldent get hurt.Ash Found his Pokemon when they were running from the birds.They got in the cart.The Pokemon were running for the cart with there owner in it.They were saved by the people on the other side of the Island.At the end of the day they said that they couldn't wait until the next adventure.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Book!!!
This was an exciting book because they were trapped on a ship and nobody knew what was going to happen, they were stuck on Pokemon Island. They saw 2 legendary birds and they got off after a long time, it was really good!! ... Read more


11. Attack of the Prehistoric Pokemon (Pokemon Chapter Book #3)
by Tracey West
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Asin: 0439135508
Catlog: Book (1999-09-01)
Publisher: Scholastic
Sales Rank: 121287
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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This book is a retelling of one of Pokemons most popular episode. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Attack of the Prehistoric Pokemon Review
This story is about where Ash,Misty,Brock and of course,the very cute pikachu encountered prehistoric pokemon.They fell in a cave that Team Rocket dug.Sometimes Ash gets a pokemon,sometimes not, but he does in this one!You know the charmander that evolved,well it evolved again into charizard!I think it's great!

5-0 out of 5 stars This'll Make History!
Cool, Tracy. This 3rd adventure leads Ash, his friends and hisPokemon to a prehistoric Pokemon. This book will make Pokemon HISTORY!

5-0 out of 5 stars island of the giant pokemon
It was a great book. I liked it because I liked the part when Ash, Misty, Brock, and Pikachu were aboard the SS Ann, and Team Rocket's boss put people in the ship to take other's Pokemon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Poke'cool
I thought that it was a really great book. I like how Jigglypuff sings everyone to sleep. I think Charizard is really cool. It's too bad that he never will obey Ash.

4-0 out of 5 stars PREISTORIC
Ash and Pikachu are going to dig up some preistoric pokemon fossils. They see team rocket and Meowth. They were planning to explode the canyon and get all the pokemon fossils. Insted of getting pokemon fossils, they got a problem. Ash and team rocket were in a cave underground, With unhappy preistoric pokemon. The dynomite must of woke up some preostoric pokemon that have been sleeping underground for millon years! Finaly, Ash gets carried out of the underground cave and into the preistoric pokemon nest.Ash is about to become this pokemons breackfast. What will Ash do! ... Read more


12. Pokemon Pokedex Collector's Edition : Prima's Official Pokemon Guide
by ERIC MYLONAS
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Asin: 0761547614
Catlog: Book (2004-09-21)
Publisher: Prima Games
Sales Rank: 12631
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13. Pokemon Colosseum: Official Strategy Guide (Signature (Brady))
by Phillip Marcus, Elizabeth Hollinger
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Asin: 0744003725
Catlog: Book (2004-03-01)
Publisher: Bradygames
Sales Rank: 44324
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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BradyGames' Pokemon Colosseum Official Strategy Guide provides expert tactics to defeat every type of Pokemon and win every Cup! Ultimate trainer section covers all aspects of raising and training Pokemon. Complete scenario walkthrough with teambuilding and battle tips. Detailed stats for all trainers and their Pokemon. Plus, huge Pokemon Pokedex, quick reference charts, and game secrets!

This Signature Series guide includes cool bonus content, special cover treatment, and a premium item!

This product is available for sale in the U.S., Canada, UK, Australia, and New Zealand only.

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4-0 out of 5 stars Excellence!
Since the Limited Edition Guide isn't listed, I'll say a few things about the ups of that too. This really is the best guide for Pkmn Colosseum, and in the Limited Edition, you get a bunch of extra things: full 3D artbook of all of the Pokemon in the game plus the main characters, a flier that tells you how to enter to win a free Pokemon E-Watch, and a nice case for all of the contents of the package.

If you're looking for just the guide to the game, this product from Bradygames is the best of the best, and if you're willing to spend about $5 extra, you can easily get the above extras for a still-great price. Two thumbs up, Bradygames!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST GUIDE FOR POKEMON COLOSSEUM
Bradygames has had a history of both good and bad books. This book is probably the best of their guides. I have the Limited Edition Guide and it ROCKS. It has more info than any other guide out for this great game. The Nintendo Power Guides don't list every detail and many things are out of order. In this guide, you will see nice maps, great strategies for both walkthroughs and trainer battles, and a great pokedex also. For Limited Edition Guide buyers, you will get an exclusive art book, which really doesn't include anything that you can't see for yourself except for some rare drawings of Miror B. (the head honcho of one of the gangs in Colosseum). The guide is just amazing. If you're gonna get a guide, then you must get this one. Not even the Prima Guide equals up to this. See what happens when you get rid of the head Prima Pokemon writer (Elizabeth Hollinger)? GREAT BOOK. ... Read more


14. Pokemon Crystal: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
by ELIZABETH HOLLINGER, Elizabeth M. Hollinger
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Asin: 0761536663
Catlog: Book (2001-07-23)
Publisher: Prima Games
Sales Rank: 72200
Average Customer Review: 4.55 out of 5 stars
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Quick-path walkthrough for Pokémon trainers on the move
Complete maps and walkthroughs of the Johto and Kanto regions
Comprehensive PokéDex containing Crystal moves, How to Catch charts, and detailed stats for all 251 Pokemon
Every secret, item location, and puzzle solution exposed
Detailed Pokémon evolution and breeding tips
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3-0 out of 5 stars This was released too soon (Update)
Prima's Pokemon Crystal strategy guide is very well written, and is beautifully designed. It has a great deal of information on items held, where they are found and their uses. It has a thorough section on the Pikachu 2 GS and held items from Pokemon Gold/Silver/Crystal, as well as Red/Blue/Yellow and an extensive section on types, new babies and breeding. Most all of this can be found in Prima's Gold/Silver Complete Pokedex guide. This book does not have information on trainers' rosters in the game save for the Gym Leaders and the detailed section on the Elite Four, the Kanto Gym Leaders and the final trainer, Red. This isn't important to some consumers, but it is to me. The book also has little information on the new Battle Tower which is supposed to be near Olivine City, there is only one mention of it in the book and it is nowhere on the Johto map. It is extremely easy to overlook. I feel that this book may have been rushed, reminiscent of the "Gold/Silver" rush when Gold/Silver first came out. Prima should have included at least something pertaining to the Battle Tower. It is not fair for consumers to buy more than one strategy guide for one game. If I want to purchase additional guides it should be based on the content not the lack thereof. Hopefully Prima will publish one that includes more Battle Tower information, until then, I recommend you wait for Versus Books or buy Nintendo's book. Prima's guide is nicely done, though.

4-0 out of 5 stars Attractive guide but with some errors and omissions
Game guides for the Pokemon series like these are usually for casual players, or used by serious players mainly for the maps. There are a number of online, in-depth FAQ's on sites like gamefaqs.com which cover strategy that printed guides cannot. Prima's guide is certianly eye-candy when compared to the text file FAQ's found online. The maps are large and useful (by contrast, their Ruby/Sapphire guide has smaller maps which are harder to read for some locations.) However, there are shortcomings. It's ordered by area, so there are times when you must flip back through the book (after Team Rocket moves from Mahogany to Goldenrod, for example.) The Battle Tower is barely mentioned, the Pokedex only lists level-up moves for Pokemon (not TM or egg moves), and team rosters are only supplied for major opponents. It does have a very good breeding section and a listing of items. I recommend Prima's guide for the player who needs good maps, or who would like help getting through the game without spoilers for everything.

Very good guide.
This guide helped me BUNCHES with my Crystal Version. This has;

A calender of events
A walkthrough
A breeding section
A pokedex guide to 251 pokemon (missing out Celebi)

It is VERY GOOD. ^_^

5-0 out of 5 stars GGREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
this is one of the best things that happened to me i tried codes but they were so hard to do.after i get this,you will to! i tellin ya.it doesnt help on unowns or battle tower though

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Guide, Can be helpful...
This guide is good. but not too much. It didn't give me much help on the unown puzzle. I recommend you buy this game guide if you really want it, or get the versus book or the nintend guide. ... Read more


15. Official Pokemon Pokedex, Gold Version and Silver Version
by Phillip Marcus
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Asin: 0744000564
Catlog: Book (2001-01-19)
Publisher: Pearson Education
Sales Rank: 162762
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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BradyGames Pokémon Gold & Silver Official Pokédex includes everything from the previously classified data for every Pokémon in Gold and Silver plus all the new updates! A complete Pokédex with entries from both Gold and Silver and a stats listing for every character is included. Tips on how to find and catch the new Pokémon. Techniques tables detail the moves each Pokémon learns, including level, type, and power! Full evolution coverage-Pokémon that evolve through trading, taming, stones, and more.Plus, expanded coverage of TMs, HMs, items, types, daily events, taming and more!

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4-0 out of 5 stars It is good
The book is really informative and everything but it doesn't have some things the blue and other ones had. Such as the animal type (cat or mouse etc.) I mean some of the new ones are pretty crazy looking. It shows you all the moves your dudes will learn and it has charts to show you the different moves there are and what they do and where you can find them.
Over all it is a good pokedex

3-0 out of 5 stars Buy "Pokemon Master Pokedex" instead
If you are looking for a complete, easy-to-follow, well-organized Pokedex, buy "Pokemon Master Pokedex: Prima's Official Strategy Guide" instead. Prima's "Pokemon Master Pokedex" (which covers ALL Pokemon) and the "Pokemon Gold & Silver" Strategy Guide are much more complete and user-friendly than this "Gold & Silver" Pokedex (limited to just the new Pokemon), which, like Prima's "Pokemon Yellow" Strategy Guide, is visually eye-catching, but less complete and harder to follow than the other titles mentioned above. (Another reviewer writes that there is no map. Remember: this is a Pokedex, not a Strategy Guide that will take you step-by-step through the game.)

5-0 out of 5 stars A must-have for Pokemon fans!
My six year old son, Lukas, and four year old daughter, Josie, LOVE this book. They spend hours leafing through this book honing their expertise of Pokemon. They are not really into the Gameboy so much; they prefer looking at the pictures and reading up on the characters. Lukas, Josie and I go through the book and play many creative games. We pick our favorite Pokemon on each page; we take a tape measure and figure out the Pokemons heights; we list all the Pokemons that are our height, ETC.! It has also expanded my children's vocabulary to include such words as "psychic", "hypnotize", "gust", "leer" and many more!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not everything I wanted
It had the new pokemon but it did cover all of the new moves. Also it doesn't show how to get around. It shows a map of the world but not very well. Not great insturtions

5-0 out of 5 stars It's The Best!!!
I think this strategy guide is the best guide Prima's ever made before.I like it because it's the only guide with the pokemon 152-250 that's got the level it learns new attacks,where to catch them,and tells the evolution of the pokemon at what level and what item it needs to be traded with.Again,I think it's the best!!! ... Read more


16. Pojo's Unofficial Total Pokemon 2004
by Bill Pojo Gill
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Asin: 1572436794
Catlog: Book (2004-03-01)
Publisher: Triumph Entertainment
Sales Rank: 45666
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars CCG Player's Love This Book
I always like these Pojo books on all of the collectable card games that are there now. It really helps to keep up with what's been going on and they're also fun to read. They pay good attention to all the cooliest graphics that make the games and anime really fun to be involved with. The deck advice is really valuable if you like to play or get into tournaments and stuff. The Total Pokemon book, like their other books, is really really comprehensive and I use it as a gaming resource book all the time. The best part is that they're great for gamers at ANY level, newbie and experienced.

5-0 out of 5 stars A 2004 update of Pojo's Awesome Big Book of Pokemon
Pojo made their awesome "Big Book of Pokemon" in early 2000 I think. It has been 4 years since then, and a lot of stuff has happened in those 4 years in the World of Pokemon. The Pojo writers do their best to get everyone up to date on what has happened.

First, there's a History of the Pokemon Phenomenon. Then Pojo breaks the book into 3 sections: Anime, Video Games, and Trading Card Game.

The Anime section has a list of every episode, and highlights from each League/Region. It details when everyone left, joined, etc. Kind of cool.

The Video Game section has a brief look at all the Pokemon Video Games. Then there are quick walkthrough's for all the handheld RPG's (Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, Ruby & Sapphire). This actually had me breaking out Pokemon Red again and starting it over. I forgot how fun that game was again!

The last 1/2 of the book is all about the cards. There's a review of every set ever created in the U.S., and a Top List from every set. There are also over a dozen Killer Decks from the Pojo writers. Then Pojo has a look at the rarest and most collectible Japanese Cards. Writers include Pokepop, STS Champ Heidi Craig, Gym Leader Phil, Otaku, Meganium45, Bondi and other popular TCG Pokemon players.

If you are at into Pokemon, and want to get re-caught up with what has happened the last 4 years, this book is a lot of fun ... and well worth 10 bucks. ... Read more


17. Pokemon Yellow : Prima's Official Strategy Guide
by ELIZABETH HOLLINGER, JAMES RATKOS, Elizabeth M. Hollinger, James M. Ratkos
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Asin: 0761522778
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Publisher: Prima Games
Sales Rank: 242447
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Maps for every area
Tips to find and catch all 150 Pokémon
In-depth walkthroughs of every area
Detailed stats for every Pokémon
Complete machine, and ability descriptions
All item and machine locations revealed
Covers Red, Blue, and Yellow versions!
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4-0 out of 5 stars Catch all the 3 Versions in a Book
Decide to buy this book because it serves as a guide to all 3 versions of the Pokemon game (Red, Blue, and Yellow). Though it primarily focuses on the Yellow version, it doesn't lack telling one what he could expect and the differences in the other two.

The Pokedex provided inside is pretty cool too. Besides having a full listing of all the Pokemons, their types, and their learned skills at different levels, it also shows the locations where they could be found, and the TMs they could learn (something quite different from the guide books of Red and Blue).

Personally, I find the big 'tear-out' poster map attached at the back, plus the 2-pages rough outlines of what one needs to achieve at the different towns a very useful quick guide to start the game with.

A worthwhile book if you have yet owned any Red and Blue guides. Else, you might find many contents repeated, though you may still buy it for the poster map and comprehensive Pokedex.

5-0 out of 5 stars Primas Done It Again!
Prima's done it again with another MUST BUY pokemon strategy guide! This book helps you throughout your entire journey with pikachu (remember this game is based on the pokemon cartoon series) plus gives you all the tm's and hm's guide locations of were you will run into team rocket,your rival,locations of all the pokemon and more!!....this book is a MUST HAVE.

5-0 out of 5 stars great
its super buy it the best

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Guide
I purchased this guide after losing the original one from 3 years ago. I found this one much more detailed and a lot more helpful. Instead of flipping around pages to find which Pokemon is caught where then flipping to another page to find out what HM's and TM's it can learn, you can get it all on the page for that Pokemon. Thanks again for another great book.

Sincerely, Eileen Caprio

5-0 out of 5 stars This is Cool
I love this because Pokemon Yellow is my favorite game. ... Read more


18. How to Draw Pokemon: Gotta Catch 'Em All! (How to Draw)
by Ron Zalme
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Asin: 081676526X
Catlog: Book (1999-09-01)
Publisher: Troll Communications
Sales Rank: 17615
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This is a step by step book on how to draw Pokemon. GREAT!!
I like this book because it teaches you on how to draw Pokemon including CHARZAIRD. But the bummer is they don't give you all the Pokemon to draw but I have to hand it to Ron Zalme he is the first man to teach the Pokemon fans how to draw them. That is why I gave it a five star rating.

5-0 out of 5 stars For the Artistic Pokemon Fan!
I purchased this book for my 5-year old daughter who loves to draw. Since she is also a Pokemon fan, she was thrilled with this book, and, with some parental assistance, she is now able to draw some of the more basic Pokemon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good for learning how to draw
This book gives great lessons on how to draw Pokemon,and it shows basic steps nicely.I think this book would be great for art students,as it's clear and easy to understand.It's helping me improve my artist skills.

5-0 out of 5 stars Draw
Now with this exelent book you can become a master Pokemon artist!!! Learn to draw all your favorite Pokemon!!! Think it would be too hard??? Well not with this!!! A must for the kids!

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy steps for drawing pokemon
Pokemon are great and more fun, to draw. Draw Meowth the bad cat from Team Rocket but a good cat at heart. Draw Pikachu, Ash's favorite Pokemon. Ash's other favorites you can draw are Charmeleon, Charizard, Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, and Pidgey. Some of Misty's favorites are Psyduck, and Polywhirl; you can draw them too. Brock's Pokemon are Zubat and Vulpix. Some more of Ash's are Caterpie and Snorlax. Have fun drawing these and many more. ... Read more


19. Night in the Haunted Tower (Pokemon Chapter Book #4)
by Tracey West
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Asin: 043913742X
Catlog: Book (1999-10-01)
Publisher: Scholastic
Sales Rank: 10115
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Night in the haunted tower
This book is great. I got it in a set with Attack of the prehistoric pokemon, another book of the same series.

5-0 out of 5 stars Night in the haunted tower
This book is just cool. If you like Pokemon, you would really like it. I got this book with Attack Of The Prehistoric Pokemon, a book fromn the same series

5-0 out of 5 stars best book in the world
I got this book for a treat to see if I liked the Pokemon books. When I read the first word I knew I would like this book. It was a little spooky.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pokemon Book #4 Night in the Haunted Tower
It's a pretty good book , somethings in it are mixed up or different than the show...
It is still basicly the same plot , charecters and ivents that happen in the show.
Good 4 light reading or heavy reading for kids ages 8-12.

1-0 out of 5 stars disgusting trash
I am embarassed to have read this so-called book. Pokemania has overcome society and now is filling spaces on our the bookshelves once reserved for literature, not some over-advertised card game. ... Read more


20. Snorlax Takesa Stand (Pokémon Junior Chapter Book)
by S. E. Heller
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Asin: 0439200989
Catlog: Book (2001-03-01)
Publisher: Scholastic
Sales Rank: 27157
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Snorlax is one of Ash¹s most stubborn Pokémon. All it wants to do is sleep! But when Team Rocket tries to steal all the Pokémon food from the Orange Islands, only Snorlax can stop them. Can Ash get his portly Pokémon to wake up in time? ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Cool!
Snorlax is one of Ash`s most stubborn pokemon. All it does is sleep!!! ... Then Team Rocket tries to get all the pokemon food. Only Snorlax can stop them. But...can Ash get his portly pokemon to wake up in time ... ? ... Read more


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