Pokémon the Movie 3 - Spell of the Unown (book)
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|Pokémon the Movie 3- Spell of the Unown|
|Preceded By:||Pokémon the Movie 2000|
|Succeeded By:||Pokémon 4Ever - The Voice of the Forest|
Pokémon the Movie 3 - Spell of the Unown is a book based on the movie of the same name. It was adapted by Tracey West and published in April 2001 by Scholastic.
Mysterious new Pokémon are taking over...
When a young girl accidentally unleashes the power of the Unown, her dream world comes to life. Entei, a Pokémon that exists only is storybooks, enters our would to protect her - and give her whatever she wants. But she wants Ash's mom, and to battle with amazing new Pokémon. She faces off against Ash, Misty, and Brock in the biggest Pokémon showdowns ever. But will defeating her really save the world? Or do Unown have an unknown power of their own?
A little girl named Molly Hale is sitting with her dad, Professor Hale on her bed, begging for a story. Her dad agrees and picks up a book of legendary Pokémon. The first picture was of hundreds of small Pokémon swirled in the air. She asks her dad if those are the Pokémon he is looking for. Professor Hale says yes and says that they are called Unown. Molly turns to a Pokémon that she likes better, an Entei. She tells her dad that Entei is just like him. Her dad gets down on all fours and Molly climbs on as her dad bounced around the room.
The sound of a Pidgey comes from the computer.
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