Super Extra Deluxe Essential Handbook (Pokemon): The Need-To-Know STATS and Facts on Over 900 Characters: The Need-To-Know STATS

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Dimensions 15.24 × 2.54 × 22.86 cm

Scholastic; 1st edition 5 Aug. 2021




560 pages





Reading age

7 - 10 years


15.24 x 2.54 x 22.86 cm


  1. Kyran Green

    It almost has every Poké­mon.Opened the par­cel and there is some sort of brown mark on the major­i­ty of the pages. Luck­i­ly it’s on the edge of the page so when read­ing it’s not noticeable.It does­n’t con­tain all of the Poké­mon. It has the lat­est gen, from galar, but not from the expan­sions. So it is miss­ing Kub­fu which is one of my favourites.In my opin­ion, if it is released after the game it should con­tain the Poké­mon from the game.Now for the positives.My 5 year old loves it.I no longer get “dad what does (insert name) evolve into/from?” As it is all shown on the book. And it is very clear to see.The Poké­mon are not in num­ber order but alpha­bet­i­cal­ly which helps her find them.And it is teach­ing her how to read and spell.It gives the basic info such as name / height / weight / moves / etc, accom­pa­nied by a pic­ture It also shows how to pro­nounce the names.Overal if I ignore the state it came in, I would have returned it if my daugh­ter did­n’t see it, this is a good book. Def­i­nite­ly if you have younglings who want to be the very best.….upto the expan­sions. If it con­tained all of the Poké­mon I would have giv­en this 5 stars.

  2. Djil­ly L.

    Excel­lent ref­er­ence guideAs a par­ent I can’t stand Poke­mon, prob­a­bly because is real­ly hard to relate to it. Our son is con­stant­ly drawn to the sil­ly Poke­mon car­toons and the cheap toys. Thank­ful­ly he isn’t col­lect­ing the cards. In a com­ic store he came across sev­er­al Poke­mon books and this ref­er­ence guide among oth­ers that we lat­er bought him as a stock­ing gift.The soft cov­er book is fair­ly volu­mi­nous and very colour­ful though print­ed on thin pages. Each pages con­tains the stats of two characters.To him it is a very valu­able ency­clo­pe­dia that allows him to find and iden­ti­fy all the Poke­mon char­ac­ters he knows about. So he is con­stant­ly chas­ing us to share and read out his gained knowl­edge. The book is full of facts and fig­ures. And there is lots of infor­ma­tion about attack types, Z‑moves (what ever the may be) ect. Now this is actu­al­ly quite good. He is some­what of a reluc­tant read­er and this forces him to put his skill to practice.

  3. Louise Bark­er

    nice book but ama­zon stuck the enve­lope to the cov­erwhen i opened the card­board enve­lope it had part of anoth­er card enve­lope inside the seal­ing glue part of the enve­lope was stuck to my book cov­er it took my 15 min­utes to remove the glue gunk from cover.The book how­ev­er is nice.I thought it was gonna be the same size as the pokedex strat­e­gy guides but it’s half the size which i’m kin­da glad of as it’ll take up less room on my bookshelf.

  4. Mama­zon

    Small­er than expect­edBril­liant book but I expect­ed it to be big­ger and to resem­ble an annu­al. It is a more dic­tio­nary sized book. Inside is great and a great gift for a poke­mon fan. I would rec­om­mend. It was twice the price in easons! Hope this helps..

  5. dawn under­hill

    Lots of pic­turesI got this ready for Christ­mas for my son who’s 9 and loves poke­mon. It has 2 poke­mon on every page, with details about each, includ­ing the newest ones. I’m sure he will be very hap­py with it.

  6. ani­ta

    What more could I ask forMy 8 year old son has been after this book for a while now, as he saw his friends one-but he had the old­er version.So as he’s a Poke­mon fan, I had no choice but to buy it, and i’m glad I did because he loves it.…bonus point as it gets him read­ing more too.The book is very thick, and well worth the price.Lots of facts about the char­ac­ters, and great images too.Defiantly worth buy­ing for your child.

  7. CGSur­rey

    Great for Poke­mon fans!Great way to encour­age chil­dren to read, my sev­en year old son loves the Poke­mon hand­book. He would like it to include some shiny ones tho which it doesn’t have. Bought a copy for a friends son and he loves it too!

  8. Leszek Krupin­s­ki

    Atlas of Poke­monI was too old to get onto the Poke­mon hype when the orig­i­nal TV show was released, and I did­n’t have Game Boy to be hooked on ear­li­er, but now my daugh­ter got hyped — toys, TV show, etc. I was look­ing for an ency­clo­pe­dia, where she could look up all the Poke­mon she saw, how they are named, what are their names, and this book is spot on! We’re not Eng­lish-native, and at the age of five it takes some time for her to read the descrip­tions, but this is awe­some learn­ing mate­r­i­al, for both for­eign lan­guage and reading.The paper is a bit thin, and as the book goes to the kinder­garten quite a lot, it’s already pret­ty beat up, but hav­ing few hun­dred pages, I was expect­ing that.

  9. Online shop­per

    Great bookGreat book for my Poke­mon fanat­ic !My son is 7 and has had both Poke­mon hand­books and was ecsta­t­ic with this deluxe ver­sion for his birth­day ! Very thick book! The cov­er does get slight­ly bat­tered so maybe bet­ter as a hard­back but I see that as a well loved book !!

  10. shab­bir gaungoo

    Some­what dis­ap­point­ingGiv­en the time between the release of the games and the release of this book, it’s pret­ty dis­ap­point­ing that the newest addi­tions weren’t cov­ered. Addi­tion­al­ly, Gigan­ta­max forms have no images and bare­bones infor­ma­tion too

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