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by Tracey West

ePub Pokemon in Disguise download
Author:
Tracey West
ISBN13:
978-0439686723
ISBN:
0439686725
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Publisher:
Scholastic (2004)
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4.3
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Pokemon In Disguise! book. She currently lives in New York's Hudson Valley w Tracey West is the bestselling author of more than 200 children's books

Pokemon In Disguise! book. Part of the Pokemon Reader Series. She currently lives in New York's Hudson Valley w Tracey West is the bestselling author of more than 200 children's books. She is currently working on the Dragon Masters series, which is part of the Scholastic Branches line. Her past series include Pixie Tricks, Scream Shop, and Hiro's Quest. Tracey is also known for writing books based on cartoons and films, including dozens of books about Pokemon. She currently lives in New York's Hudson Valley with her husband, Bill, and their three dogs, one cat, and five chickens.

Part of the Pokemon Reader Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780439686723.

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Tracey West is the author of more than 150 books for children and young adults, including the Pixie Tricks and Scream Shop series. I purchase two other pokemon drawing books that were much better than this. An avid fan of cartoons, comic books, and manga, she has appeared on the New York Times bestseller list as author of the Pokémon chapter book adaptations. She currently lives with her family in New York State’s Hudson Valley.

Tracey West is an American author who is well-known within the Pokémon community for her novelizations of the Pokémon anime. The eldest of three children, West was born and raised in New Jersey. She attended Rutgers University, graduating in English and journalism, before attaining a period of employment with a small publishing company. She considers this to have been a quintessential part of her education.

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Tracey West (born October 1, 1965) is a children's book author who has written for many different licensed series, including Pokémon and SpongeBob SquarePants. Tracey West was born and brought up in New Jersey, United States. She has written for Pokémon, SpongeBob SquarePants, Teen Titans, and Power Puff Girls. She has also written her own original series Pixie Tricks. Tracey West started her books in the 2000s and has written over 200 books for children.

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  • Pokemon Advanced: Pokemon In Disguise! is a book based on the Pokemon episode, "In the Knicker of Time!," which is part of the Pokemon Advanced season.

    On the front cover, this book is billed as being part of the "Learn to read with Pokémon" series. Looking at the book, it is obviously being aimed at children who are learning to read. It's 32 pages long, and it has a combination of text and pictures. The writing in the book has simplified the story to make it easier for early readers to read the book; the simplification can especially be seen in the dialogue. The simplified dialogue sounds a little on the choppy side, but I understand that these dialogue rewrites had to be made to make the book easier to read for its intended audience.

    The pictures included in the book are a combination of screenshots from the episode and art drawn for the book. The drawings in the book don't have an actual background for them; they just have a color for a background, so the character or characters on the page look as if they are floating in air. I don't like the fact that there are no backgrounds for those pictures, since the screenshots on the screenshot pages have the characters against actual backgrounds. These two different types of artwork give the book an inconsistent look. The screenshots used in the book look noticeably blurry. The blurry screenshots clash with the drawings, which look very clear. I don't know how much children pick up on this difference, but as an adult, I find it to be rather distracting when I'm reading the book with my youngest child.

    I give the author and publisher credit for taking the episode and writing it in such a way that early readers can read a book featuring an adventure they've seen on television at a level that is right for them. However, I wish the artwork looked more consistent. Considering the age of this book, it's pretty much impossible to track down a new copy of it. However, if you have an early reader at home who is a fan of Pokemon, I would suggest purchasing a copy of this book if you can track it down. It's a book we first purchased when my middle child was an early reader, and he enjoyed it. His younger sister, who is an early reader and is also a Pokemon fan, has been enjoying it as well.

    I wrote this review after reading a copy of this book that my husband and I purchased for our children.

  • I am thinking what Pokemon would be in disguise for anyway. But I think mabye they are just trying to hide from their trainers. What could you think Pokemon would be in disguise for anyway?