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Pokémon Junior

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Pokémon Junior

Pokémon Junior is a series of books published in North America by Scholastic, based upon a series of short films featuring Pikachu and many other Pokémon who also appeared on the Pokémon anime. They show different Pokémon for all trainers who look the same as in the anime, though their heads are never shown. Bill Michaels, Gregg Sacon, S. E. Heller, and Tracey West adapted Pokémon children's novels.

Pokémon Junior books include
  1. Surf's Up, Pikachu!
  2. Meowth, The Big Mouth
  3. Save Our Squirtle
  4. Two of a Kind
  5. Raichu Shows Off
  6. Nidoran's New Friend
  7. A Pokémon Snow-Down
  8. Snorlax Takes A Stand
  9. Good-Bye, Lapras
  10. Bellossom's Big Battle
  11. The Snubbull Blues
  12. Hoothoot's Haunted Forest
  13. Pichu's Apple Company
  14. The Wobbuffet Village
Pokémon Reader books include
  • 1: Pikachu In Love
  • 6: Get Well, Pikachu!
Books related to the Battle Frontier series include
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