Pokémon Snap (book)

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Pokémon Snap
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ISBN: 0782126669
Published: 1999
Publisher: Sybex Inc.
Author: Jason R. Rich
Preceded By: Pokémon
Succeeded By: Pokémon Gold/Silver

Pokémon Snap by Jason R. Rich is the second Pokémon book to be published in the Pathways to Adventure series, which is based on the plotlines of various video games. It was published by Sybex, Inc. in 1999 and is 101 pages in length.

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