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Jigglypuff's Magic Lullaby (Japanese: プリンちゃんのすてきなゆめ Purin-chan's Lovely Dreams) is written by Megumi Hayashibara and illustrated by Kagemaru Himeno. In English, it is the 11th book in the Pokémon Tales series. In Japanese, it is the 30th book. It is 18 pages long.
Jigglypuff wishes all the Pokémon to listen to its song. So it decides to perform for them. The next day, it tries to perform for Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Chansey, Snorlax, and some other Pokémon. However, all of the Pokémon sleep in the middle of its song. It then sadly walks home. Then Bulbasaur tells it that it heard its song while sleeping. He also tells it that it also saw the secret flower in its dreams. So the next day, Jigglypuff performs for all of the Pokémon so they could dream on what they like while they sleep. At the end of the book, Jigglypuff has a dream about it and all of the other Generation I Pokémon sing in a happy choir.
Jigglypuff is a round pink Pokemon who dreams of performing for the other Pokemon. The only problem is, Jigglypuff's songs put everyone to sleep. Can a Pokemon change its tune?
- No humans appear in this book.
|| March 1998
|| ISBN 4097287303
|| VIZ Media
|| June 5, 2000
|| ISBN 156931442X