Pokémon Primers: Colors and Pokémon Primers: Shapes are now available for preorder and will be officially released as two new books on November 9

The Pokémon Company International has released a new “Pokémon Primers” book series aimed at young Pokémon fans. Read on below to learn more:

Learning is Fun with Pokémon Primers: Colors and Pokémon Primers: Shapes

Enter the playful world of Pokémon by preordering Pokémon Primers at the Pokémon Center.

Learn what Pikachu, Jolteon, and lemons all have in common and discover which Pokémon has a spiral on top of its head. It’s never too early for young Pokémon Trainers to learn essential information like their colors, shapes, and (of course) Pokémon. Pikachu Press’s Pokémon Primers series makes learning to read fun with colorful board books filled with vibrant, interactive flaps and equally entertaining information. Two new books—Pokémon Primers: Colors and Pokémon Primers: Shapes—will be officially released November 9, but they are already available for preorder now.

For parents or other reading assistants, these books contain a helpful pronunciation guide for every Pokémon you encounter on your reading journey. This ensures that readers of all ages can fully appreciate the vast and whimsical world of Pokémon. In addition to learning to identify different colors and shapes, the Pokémon Primers offer an opportunity to explore fun components of the Pokémon world, like discovering Poké Balls, berries, and more.

Pokémon Primers: Colors and Pokémon Primers: Shapes are now available for preorder at the Pokémon Center and other participating retailers.

Source: Pokemon.com

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