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Books For Pokemon & Ben 10 Fans

Pokemon, Ben 10 Books
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Pokemon and Ben 10 fans rejoice! Now, long after you turn off your TV or put down your playing cards or game controller you can continue enjoying your fave characters in book form (plus, these are the kinds of cartoon your mom won't mind you spending all your time on)! Check out our reviews of Scholastic's new Pokemon and Ben 10 book series.


Pokemon Pages

Diamond & Pearl Chapter Book #1: Pokemon Academy
Ash and his friends are reaching the final stages of their journey through Sinnoh. Don’t miss out on the action! Pokémon Academy tells the story of Ash and Pikachu’s adventures at a special Pokémon boot camp.



Diamond & pearl Chapter Book #2: The Lost Riolu
More action from the exciting Sinnoh Region! Join Ash and his buddies as they complete their epic journey. In this adventure, Ash must help Pokémon Ranger save Riolu from Hunter J, a nefarious Pokémon poacher.


Pokemon DP Battle Dimension: The Pokemon Sneak
A spooky Scarf Monster is on the loose in Sinnoh, and it's sneaking around scaring people. Could it be a Pokemon in disguise? Ash's friend Angie thinks so. Can the two friends get to the bottom of this Pokemon problem?


Ben 10 Books

Ben 10 Alien Force Chapter Book #2: Double Negative
Ben’s old nemesis, Vilgax, is back, and he’ll do whatever it takes to eliminate Ben and take over Earth. With the Omnitrix on the fritz, Ben will need all the help he can get from Gwen and Kevin. Will it be enough?



Ben 10: Alien Swarm
When his grandpa Max goes missing, fifteen -year old Ben finds himself back in the hero business. Strapping on his Omnitrix, which allows him to change into different aliens, Ben teams up with his friends Gwen and Kevin, and together, the three of them set out to locate Max. Along the way, they find new half-alien allies and a new foe: the Highbreed and their DNAlien servants, who are joined by the alien arms dealers known as the Forever Knights.


Pssst: This last one comes with a free poster inside!


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