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World of Sinnoh is a book about Ash's new adventures in the region of Sinnoh. It contains summaries of the first 52 episodes of the Diamond & Pearl series. It also has pictures, detailing towns such as Sandgem Town. It is 96 pages in length.
Ash's journey has brought him to a whole new region. Now you can join the adventure! This book has all the inside info you'll need for your own Pokémon quest...'
• Discover everything you ever wanted to know about rare and powerful Pokémon.
• Follow in Ash's footsteps as he battles for ribbons and badges.
• Get the lowdown on the Trainers willing to steal Pokémon or beat you in battle.
It's your ultimate guide to the newest Pokémon region!
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The Sagas of Sinnoh
Follow in Ash's, Dawn's, Brock's and Pikachu's footsteps as they explore the region, making new friends, encounter rare types of Pokémon, and battle for Ribbons and Badges.
Roundup of the Regional Pokémon
Sinnoh is loaded with an amazing variety of powerful Pokémon, like the Legendary Suicune and mischievous Mismagius. With all the Pokémon knowledge in this book, you could become a professor.
Cast of Characters
Sinnoh is a colorful place, and so are the people who call it home. Get to know them - the good, the bad, and the unique.
Find out how to get around Sinnoh by foot, by bicycle, by boat, or by flying Drifloon. It's all about where you want to go and how to get there.
Rivals in the Region
Get the lowdown on those willing to stoop to steal Pokémon and beat you out in a battle. From Team Rocket to Hunter J, you'll be able to spot trouble a mile away.
Dig in on all the details of Sinnoh's best-kept secrets, like the Amber Castle, the Ancient Pokémon Restorers, and even where to eat.
- Jessie is misspelled as Jesse throughout the entire book, and Jessilina is misspelled as Jesselina.
- At one point the book refers to Gary Oak as Professor Oak's nephew instead of his grandson.