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The Official Pokémon Collector's Sticker Book (ISBN 0439434408) 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 each Pokémon in Generation I (with the exception of Mew). There are also pages of 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.
Collect Pokémon Trade ‘em! Catch ‘em all!
Finally, proof that you are the World’s Greatest Pokémon Master! Now there’s a place to keep track of your growing Pokémon collection. Write down everything you find out while playing the game, watching the TV cartoon, and collecting the toys.
*150 full-color stickers. Each time you catch a Pokémon, put a sticker in your book.
*Pokédex. Fill in all the stats about your Pokémon: how it does in battle, its nickname, how you got it, when it evolved, and more!
*Trainer’s Notebook. Keep track of the badges you earned and the gym leaders you defeated to get them. Write about battles with your friend’s Pokémon, the Pokémon you’ve traded, and more!
- On the first page of the book, the pronunciation for ‘Pokémon’ is listed as ‘POH-kay-mahn’.
- The book implies (says that the sticker book is proof that the owner has caught 'em all) that one is made a ‘Pokémon Master’ by catching all Pokémon. As the book possesses numerous references to the anime, however, it could be possible the depiction of how one is made a ‘Pokémon Master’ is influenced by this.
- Brock’s outfit, as he is depicted on the front cover of the book, appears to have incorrect colors, specifically a brown shirt instead of an orange one and dark-green pants instead of cordovan-colored ones.
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