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Pokémon Hall of Fame is a book published by Scholastic, and includes all kinds of articles such as information on Legendary Pokémon, great battles, and record-breaking Pokémon. The book also came with 20 stickers to stick in the "Who's that Pokémon (part 2)" section. The book is 80 pages long.
The book is divided up into 3 sections; Counting to Ten, Extreme Pokémon and Memorable Moments. Section 1 contains lists of ten, each with a different theme. Section 2 features record-breaking Pokémon such as the biggest or the most confused. The last section consists of brief outlines of memorable anime episodes.
A brief overview of the book as a whole.
Ten Great Pokémon
A list of ten popular Pokémon.
Ten brand-New Pokémon
A list of ten Generation III Pokémon, which were relatively new at the time of the book's release.
Ten Greatest Bad Guys of all Time
A list of ten villains who have appeared in the anime and movies.
Ten Greatest Battles of all Time
A list of ten memorable battles from the anime.
Who's That Pokémon? (part 1)
An activity where the reader has to identify close-ups of various Pokémon.
Pokémon who are renowned for being funny.
Some of the biggest Pokémon according to Pokédex measurements.
Some of the smallest Pokémon according to Pokédex measurements.
Some of the lightest Pokémon according to Pokédex measurements.
Some of the heaviest Pokémon according to Pokédex measurements.
Pokémon who are renowned for being slow.
Pokémon who are renowned for being smart.
Pokémon who are renowned for being confused.
Pokémon who are considered to be mysterious.
Pokémon who are considered to be beautiful.
A list of Legendary Pokémon.
Who's That Pokémon? (part 2)
A section of the book where the reader can stick stickers over the shadows of various Pokémon in order to identify them.
Greatest Pokémon Love Stories
Various anime episodes in which Pokémon (and Brock) fall in love.
Most Dramatic Rescues
Various anime episodes in which great lengths are gone to rescue a Pokémon.
Episodes from the anime that are considered to contain the saddest scenes.
Episodes from the anime that are considered to contain the happiest scenes.
Times Team Rocket Almost Succeeded
Times in the anime when Jessie, James and Meowth came very close to successfully capturing a Pokémon.
Episodes from the anime that are considered to contain the scariest scenes.
Most Amazing Evolutions
Important evolutions in the anime series.
Pokémon in Peril
Episodes of the anime in which a character is presented with a greater challenge they would normally have to face.
Team Rocket's Worst Attempts Ever at Stealing Pikachu
Some of the most spectacular of Team Rocket's failures to capture Pikachu.
- Golbat is consistently misspelled as "Goldbat".
- It claims that Unown is a Legendary Pokémon, although it is not.
- Onix is spelt as Onyx on page 38.
- The entire section on Sunkern being the smallest Pokémon is incorrect, as it is actually 1'00" rather than 0'01". At the time, Diglett and Natu would have been the smallest Pokémon, measuring at 0'08".
- It also claims that Sunkern will evolve through experience, whereas it actually evolves using a Sun Stone.
- Meowzie is misspelled as "Meowsy".