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The Official Pokémon Collector's Sticker Book 2

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The Official Pokémon Collector's Sticker Book 2
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ISBN: 0439434408
Published: 2000
Publisher: Scholastic
Author: Maria S. Barbo
Preceded By: The Official Pokémon Collector's Sticker Book
Succeeded By: The Official Pokémon Collector's Sticker Book 3

The Official Pokémon Collector's Sticker Book 2 (ISBN 0439154243) is a Pokémon book, meant to be written inside by its owner to record information on its owner’s experiences with each of the Pokémon listed. It was written by Maria S. Barbo and published by Scholastic. It is 48 pages in length.


The book possesses different sections for select Pokémon and the introduction of Generation II. There are 33 big stickers for use. There are also four pages of 40 small stickers meant for the owner, upon capture of a particular species of Pokémon, to take and apply to the Pokémon silhouettes in their specific sections. After the sticker is applied, the owner may answer some questions such as the Pokémon’s nickname and where the owner got it on the spaces supplied. Included in each section is a summary similar to that of the Pokédex entry. Two bonus sections are in this book as well, with 6 pages of the Pokémon Hall of Fame (which shows the best battle moments or attacks) and one page of a checklist.


Collect 33 BIG stickers of brand-new Pokémon.

Catch 80 ACTION stickers of your favorite original Pokémon.

Check out STATS and SECRETS on the top 33 GS Pokémon.



  • The book says that Slowpoke did not evolve in Generation I, yet Slowpoke does evolve: into Slowbro.

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