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Island of the Giant Pokemon (Pokemon Chapter Book #2)

4.18 of 5 stars 4.18  ·  rating details  ·  766 ratings  ·  24 reviews
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Ash and Pikachu are invited to a Pokemon party on a cruise ship. But they've been tricked by the evil Team Rocket, who plan to steal all the Pokemon on board!

Things get worse when the ship sinks, and the survivors end up lost in a strange land fileed with monster-sized Pokemon!

Will the castaways find their way home? Or will they be stranded forever on th
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Paperback, 85 pages
Published July 1999 by Scholastic Inc.
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Cameron Gillard
I thought the episode in the anime was hilarigous. Tiny trainers and Big pokemon, classic
Geoff
Love Pokemon (looks around in shame).
Great read.
Darrien
I think this a wonderful book for children who are starting to read longer books and people who are fans of the original TV show. I personally loved this book because it made me feel very nostalgic while reading and this was one of the first books i ever read when i was young. and i can highly recommend it to anyone who has a child that's a fan of pokemon or themself's are a fan Buy it now
Kristen
I'd say this book is really only good for Pokemon-obsessed children who are ready to move from picture books to chapter books. As an adult it was terrifically boring to read, but thankfully it is short! Too bad it was my own son who selected it for parent/child book club this month!
Katelie
My brother has probably every single pokemon book and they're not very interesting, you'd have to be 100% into pokemon to enjoy these types of books.
Nabil Ghazi
Pokemon and Childhood, I mean, Pikachu and Ash and their friends are inseperable part of my life. I love Pokémon, no matter how old I am.
Holly Letson
If something seems to good to be true, it usually is.

There's a wonderful cruise liner called SS Anne that Pokemon trainers all dream of being on. Ash and friends get given tickets by some supposedly nice teenage girls (who turn out to be Team Rocket), and board the ship. Everything goes downhill from there. Ash trades of his beloved Butterfree. The ship sinks. And, thieves try to steal everyone's Pokemon.

Ash and friends--along with Jessie and James--wind up on an island filled with giant Pokem
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Curtis
this suck i cant get in the goodreads
Nik
My favorite part of the book was when Ash, Misty and Brock landed on the mysterious island because there was giant Pokémon! I gave it 4 stars because it was very interesting. I liked it when Magikarp evolved into a Gyarados! It was cool. I didn’t like it when ash and his Pokémon were separated because I felt bad for the stranded Pokémon.
Benjamin R
The book is a very good book because I like the part where the giant
pokemon show up. I don't like the part where Ash's pokemon get lost
from and the part where the S.S.Anne sinks.The team rocket seemed a
little nicer in the story to me.I loved the book because it's very
interesting.
Keziah
DNF.

Poor, poor quality children's book. I'd never recommend it to anyone. Unless you want to be treated like a complete idiot.
Harry
It is a fantastic book and I recommend to all. The giant pokemon are so cool and I wish I could have one as my pet!
Julianne R.
probobly my favorite of the whole series. I loved the giant pokemon and the talking pokemon
Mohamadou conte
this book is about pikachu with friend saving people.for the not fell n them
Mary
Oct 15, 2013 Mary marked it as to-read
I don't care that it's for children! I am still one deep inside!
Natalie
It was okay. But I didn't really like it.
Zak
Mar 10, 2008 Zak rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: pokemon fans
This book is a fun but short book
Jayson Rettig
they were really just zorawark
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POKEMON!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Billy
awsome. go pikachu!
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Tracey West grew up in a small town in New Jersey. Every day, her brother Michael, sister Katie and she would play in the street with their friends on Walnut Avenue. They rode their bikes, played kickball and Ultimate Frisbee, or rode down the hill on sleds in winter time. On Saturday mornings, they were glued to the television set eating cereal and watching cartoons. In the summer, Tracey loved t ...more
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