There are two new Pokémon Primers being released in November. These books will use the exciting world of Pokemon to help your little ones learn shapes and colors!
As a parent of two developing minds, these books are exciting for me. They’ll allow me to engage my kids in a learning capacity. Sure it helps that my kids already like Pokémon. But even if your little ones don’t like Pokémon, they’ll still enjoy these books. They’re full of fun and vibrant scenes. They are also interactive with over 100 flaps in each book that uncover more learning tid-bits.
Pokémon Primers: Colors Book
Pikachu is on a mission to find lots of colors in Pokémon Primers: Colors Book! Help Pikachu explore a variety of destinations—and meet new Pokémon friends along the way. Readers will encounter dozens of colorful Pokémon, including Mr. Mime, Marill, Espeon, and Torchic. Come join Pikachu on a fun adventure highlighting Pokémon and objects that have that color!
This Pokémon Primer offers a captivating storyline and over 100 flaps to lift and reveal, each showing Pokémon, Poké Balls, berries, and more! Pokémon named in the book also contain their pronunciations to help both kids and parents alike.
Pokémon Primers: Shapes Book
You’ll find dozens of Pokémon in the Pokémon Primers: Shapes Book! Join Pikachu as it travels on an exciting adventure, meeting Pokémon friends of different shapes—some are round like a circle, square like a box, or oval like a balloon!
This Pokémon Primer offers a captivating storyline and over 100 flaps to lift and reveal, each showing Pokémon, Poké Balls, berries, and more! Pokémon named in the book also contain their pronunciations to help both kids and parents alike
We covered the 123 and ABC Pokemon Primers back in March.
With the introduction of these two new books, it’s no surprise that a box set will follow. The Pokémon Primer box set releases in December. It comes with all 4 books and a bonus sticker sheet. Just in time to make the perfect gift for your little learner!
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