The Official Pokemon Handbook Paperback – 19 Nov 1999
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With the world going Pokemon crazy, the only thing to do is add The Official Pokemon Handbook to your shopping list.
This complete companion to 150 Pokemon species, is an absolute gem and is perfect for anyone who has ever been touched by the phenomenon that is sweeping the globe.
With an introduction by Professor Oak, who explains that the reader's mission is to collect and train as many of the 150 known species of Pokemon as is humanly possible, all Pokemon life is there, from Pikachu to Pidgeotto, Squirtle to Snorlax and Charmander to Caterpie.
Loaded with statistics, training tips and secret facts and figures about all the characters, this official guide to the world of Pokemon is an absolute must-have for anyone who wants to enter this coolest of cool kingdoms and play to win.
Age 8 and over --Susan Harrison
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Top Customer Reviews
Lovely bright colours, name pronunciation guides are useful too (especially with the American accents on the cartoon - we're English), and more importantly, the original and best 150 Pokemon!
Sadly the pages come out of the binding *very* easily, something I remember happening with my sister's copy in the late 90's. We've had to sellotape a few back in which is frustrating.
Totally Wonderful Work, Maria S. Barbo! It's a great buy! - NavyBlu :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Incredible for the first gen lovers, you won't regret your purchase.Published on 18 July 2014 by Vxporeon
This Book is really good.It gives good descriptions,as well as helpful tips A definate must read for pokemon fansPublished on 11 Dec. 2001
I think this book is good with the strengthness and weaknesses imformation but i wish it would say all the HM's and TM's it could learn and it would be nice to have included Mew in... Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2001 by email@example.com
V.dull and unformative, it doesn't even tell you what HM and TM moves the pokemon can learn. It has almost nothing to do with Pokemon Red, Blue or YellowPublished on 18 May 2000
I enjoy reading information about pokemon from their strengths to how they pronounce their name. It is slightly boring though, with page after page of the same info so I rate this... Read morePublished on 14 May 2000
I...thought this book was brilliant.It has the pictures,the techniques,how to pronounce the name and even it's strengths and weaknesses of every Pokemon.Published on 29 April 2000
I chose to award the book 4 stars because some of the Pokemon names are not pronounced properly. The book also tells you about the attacks which you may not know about.Published on 29 April 2000
The Pokemon handbook is great for people who are just starting to love pokemon. It is great for when you would like to quickly look up pokemons stats and and other things but it... Read morePublished on 26 April 2000