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Four Pokémon diaries with exciting adventures to tell
Diary one: Squirtle isn't too happy about life. Since his trainer left him, he has been hiding in a cave with a bunch of gang members (also Squirtles). He appointed himself to be their leader, and he pulls pranks on people and other Pokémon. But a series of events leads to his self-discovery, a new trainer, new friends, and a vicious enemy: Team Rocket. Will Squirtle save the day by preventing James from throwing a bomb on his home? And will he choose to evolve into a Wartortle or a Blastoise? Or will he give some other that opportunity?
Diary two: In this adventure, Charmander tells about how he met Ash and how he escaped the rainstorm and made sure the flame at the end of his tail didn't get extinguished. He also battles another Pokémon, a water type, and he faces his worst fears in the hollow depth of a mysterious tree. Hear about the courageous Charmander, who confronts himself and overcomes his fears by looking for practical solutions.
Diary three: What will Eevee choose? He turns into eight different Pokémon creatures. Along the way he finds out that each of these types serves a purpose and that each has its own benefits. Glaceons can turn things into ice, Umbreons can see in the dark, and Espeons can read thoughts. Will he be able to make up his mind? May, his trainer, certainly likes to experiment with his evolvements, but every time, he realizes that there is another one he can change into. Choosing between rescuing a child, killing a dangerous water type Pokémon, or revealing the evidence of a crime investigation is tough. Decisions...decisions...
Diary four: This Snorlax has a huge appetite, but that's okay as long as he can take his yearlong "nap", or, in other words, hibernate after storing all the food he devoured. Snorlax is happy when he fills his tummy with goodies from the supermarket, but when he goes to sleep, his slumber gets interrupted by a bunch of loud kids. He wakes up and won't stop eating. He steals food, goes island hopping, and doesn't slow down one bit! Will Ash and Misty succeed in bringing him to the laboratory so Professor Oak can take a look at this gigantic Pokémon?
©2017 Tagashi Takashima (P)2017 Tagashi Takashima
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By Angelina on 10-28-17

My kid likes it.

I always have a hard time getting my son to read, so I got him an audiobook. I would prefer a bit more vocabulary, but then may be this would ruin it for the child. A great buy for me.

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By Ruben Tyler on 10-28-17

Perfect for my daughters.

This is a book for my daughters who are hard core fans for Pokemon. However, the book is not only a hit for teens, but also adults. I often find listening to this book - and love it, too.
Super cool, entertaining and easy to understand.

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By Elizabeth on 11-03-17

Great for Pokemon Fans!

I really admire the writer for his simple and vivid language. This book undoubtedly grabbed my attention. I found the story to be absolutely adorable as well as highly entertaining. I am highly interested in buying other books from this author. I Highly recommended to the Pokemon fans.

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By parvesh on 11-03-17

I love Pokemons!

Loved it! I have Pokemon games, Pokemon printed stuff and so it completely made sense that I got this book too. I am completely crazy about Pokemons. But it’s just not my personal love for Pokemon; the book has a great and exhilarating story and I really recommend this to everyone.

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