|Official Pokémon Pokédex|
|Author:||Tracey West and Katherine Noll|
- This article is about the book. For the actual Pokédex, see Pokédex.
Official Pokémon Pokédex is a Pokémon guidebook about all of the Normal- and Psychic-type Pokémon introduced up until Generation III. It was written by Tracey West and Katherine Noll and was published by Scholastic in January 2006.
Within each type section, Pokémon are organized roughly by the region they are available in and by evolution family. Each page provides a short paragraph describing each Pokémon as well as details on the pronunciation of each Pokémon's name, their height and weight, how each Pokémon evolves, and their level-up moves.
No Normal/Flying-type Pokémon are given individual pages. Despite this, these Pokémon are acknowledged in the book: they are listed in a section at the end of the Normal chapter. However, only their picture, name, type, and height/weight are listed. All dual-type Psychic Pokémon are given individual entries. Girafarig, the only dual-type Normal-type Pokémon that is not also Flying-type that existed at the time, has two entries: one in the Normal section and one in the Psychic section. The paragraph describing Girafarig is different on each page, but the rest of the information, including the artwork, is the same.
At the end of the Normal section, there is information about Petalburg Gym and Team Rocket's Meowth. The end of the Psychic section contains information about James's Chimecho, Mossdeep Gym, the Mewtwo and Mew fight from the first movie, and various Psychic-type Pokémon that have appeared in the anime (such as Mewtwo and Sabrina's Kadabra).
This Pokédex tells you everything you need to know about Normal and Psychic Pokémon, from Aipom to Zigzagoon and Abra to Xatu.
Inside you will find:
Stats for 94 Pokémon
A chart of 13 Normal/Flying types.
The story of the battle between Mew and Mewtwo.
An inside look at the Petalburg Gym and the scoop on the best Psychic Gym Leaders.
Talks with Meowth and James from Team Rocket.
- Unown's Q-Z, question mark, and exclamation mark forms are excluded from their image, despite already existing.
- Deoxys's entry states that it is a dual Steel/Psychic-type.
- Page 101 shows a picture of the Soul Badge when it should be a picture of the Marsh Badge.
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