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|Rokon and the Girl|
|Preceded By:||Psyduck's Tongue Twisters|
|Succeeded By:||Heart-pounding Sand|
Rokon and the Girl (Japanese: ロコンとおんなのこ) is written by Akihito Toda and illustrated by Miki Tanaka. It is the 38th 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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One girl loves her stuffed doll of the cute Pokémon Rokon. When a real Rokon appears before her, she's overjoyed! She spends her days playing and having fun with Rokon. But one day, Rokon is nowhere to be found. Trouble!? (translated)
The "girl" loves the cute stuffed doll of Rokon her mother made for her. During meal times, playing at the park, watching TV, it's always with her. One day, while she's reading a picture book, she notices a real, live Rokon peeking in the window... (translated)
|Japan||Shogakukan||November 1998||ISBN 4097287389|
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