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|Tattu Likes the Sea|
|Preceded By:||Not Yet, Caterpie|
|Succeeded By:||Let's Play Again, Porygon|
Tattu Likes the Sea (Japanese: タッツーはうみがすき) is written by Junko Wada and claywork is by Yuka Morii. In this book, rather than the scenes being drawn, they are actually pictures of molded clay. It is the 21st book in the Japanese edition of the Pokémon Tales series. This book is in Japanese and has not been translated into English.
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Tattu is famous even among Pokémon for being cute. You've seen it in the anime, now see it in a picture book in clay form. Vivid scenes of Tattu's adorable undersea life await. (translated)
Tattu keeps its balance with its curling, fern-like tail, spits ink from its mouth, and loves the sea. What ways will it find to play in the wide, empty sea? (translated)
|Japan||Shogakukan||December 1997||ISBN 4097287214|
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