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Pokémon: All-New Collector's Sticker Book is an activity book contains 497 stickers based on Generation I to Generation IV Pokémon. It includes the first 491 Pokémon with two entries for Shellos and Gastrodon's East and West Sea forms, and three entries for Burmy and Wormadam's Plant, Sandy, and Trash Cloaks. It was published by Scholastic on July 01, 2008 and is 96 pages in length.
This fun-filled sticker book contains every Pokémon sticker from Abomasnow to Zubat. Along with that basic stats and bonus information on more than 480 Pokémon is also provided in this book.
Make some time for Dialga! And some space for Palkia! Get charged up for Electivire! And turn up the heat with Magmortar! Ready to catch 'em all? Now you can! Inside you'll find a sticker for every Pokémon ever: that's all the classic characters, plus the newest Sinnoh Pokémon. Match 'em up with their place in the book and you'll learn some basic info, and maybe even a bonus fact to boost your knowledge. Every sticker puts you one step closer to becoming the world's greatest Pokémon expert. So what are you waiting for? Catch 'em, match 'em, and go!
- The entire book is in purple and white, so the stickers are the only color in the book.
- Some of the white text on page 1 is on a nearly white background, making it hard to read.
- Most of the Pokémon facts are either excerpts from the Pokédex or describing events that happened in the anime.
- On page 12, it states that 'the coming of Celebi means the world is in luck'.
- On page 35, it says that Ash became one of the best Pokémon Trainers in the world because he saw a Ho-oh when he was just starting out as a trainer.
- On page 39, it claims the Kirlia is one of the strongest Psychic-type Pokémon.
- On page 67, the Pokémon fact refers to Regirock, Regice, Registeel, and Regigigas collectively as 'the Regis family'.
- Phione's entry on page 60 does not have it listed as a legendary. This may be a piece of evidence against Phione's legendary status, as it is disputed.
- Cresselia, Giratina, and Heatran on pages 17, 29, and 33, respectively, are not labeled as legendary Pokémon.
- Throughout the book, some Pokémon with whole number weights have their weight end with '.0', while others do not.
- On page 2, it states that there are 490 Pokémon in the book when there are actually 491 (and a total of 497 entries due to some Pokémon having multiple entries due to having multiple forms).
- On page 4, Ampharos and Anorith's weights are switched, showing Ampharos as 27.6 pounds and Anorith as 135.6 pounds.
- On page 8, Blastoise is listed as 88.5 pounds instead of its actual weight of 188.5 pounds.
- On page 14, Chimecho's weight is listed as 22.0 pounds instead of its actual weight of 2.2 pounds.
- On page 21, Drowzee's height is formatted as 3'3" instead of 3'03".
- On page 58, Omanyte's entry has the same issue. It's height is formatted as 1'4" instead of 1'04".
- On page 23, the Pokémon fact should say Ash's Pikachu instead of Ash's Pokémon.
- On page 45, Luxray is given Butterfree's height and weight of 3'07" and 70.5 pounds. Luxray's actual height and weight are 4'07" and 92.6 pounds.
- On page 49, Mareep is given Marill's height and weight of 1'04" and 18.7 pounds, but Mareep's height and weight is actually 2'00" and 17.2 pounds.
- On the same page, Marowak is given Marshtomp's height and weight of 2'04" and 61.7 pounds. Marowak's actual height and weight are 3'03" and 99.2 pounds.
- On page 56, the outlines for the Nidoran♀ and Nidoran♂ stickers are swapped.
- On page 81, Surskit is given Swablu's height and weight of 1'04" and 2.6 pounds. Surskit's height and weight should be 1'08" and 3.7 pounds.
- On page 93, Wooper's weight is incorrectly listed as 83.8 pounds instead of its actual weight of 18.7 pounds.