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Pokemon Books: Handbooks and Activity Books

Pokemon! We heard from some moms whose boys are obsessed with Pokemon so we decided to do a Pokemon books list.  We will likely get to the reading books and graphic novels as well but let’s start with this.

If you have a boy who is all about Pokemon, grab a few of these handbooks, activity, drawing, orgami and sticker books and you will have a happy guy!

For more of our best books for boys lists please follow this link (after you are done reading!)

10 awesome Pokemon books that your Pokemon fan will love. There are handbooks, activity books, drawing books, origami books and more. Fun!

Fun Pokemon Books

Just think about all the things they will be learning by messing around with these Pokemon books. Reading, art, math skills, memorization, analytical, hierarchal reasoning, and narrative skills.

Pokemon Handbooks

When you are really into a topic, handbooks are an awesome resource. I have seen boys who “don’t like to read” spend hours looking at this type of book.

Pokemon Drawing and Origami Books

  • How to Draw Pokemon 32 pages of step-by-step drawing instruction. I like that it makes the characters easy to draw with illustrated directions.
  • Pokemon How-to-Draw Kit: Starting with All-Stars! Draw 15 different characters. This is nice because everything is included: 32-page book, practice pad, some sticker sheets to draw on, Pokemon pencil with sharpener, 4 crayons, 2 custom molded erasers, and a pencil pouch.
  • These are super cute! Pokemon Origami: Fold Your Own Pokemon! There are 48 pages of instructions, full color pictures and special origami paper to make 10 projects.

Pokemon Sticker and Activity Books

Here are a few neat Pokemon selections to check out as well. Click image to learn more.
Ultra Pro UP-84237 -Pokemon- X and Y 2 3-Ring Binder Pokemon Small Plush Pikachu

To end this fun list of Pokemon books check out these positive quotes from characters in Pokemon.


Thursday 28th of February 2019

Have you seen any with a lock? Like a journal with activities or just blank pages? Or anything similar?

Sheila Rogers

Thursday 28th of February 2019

Hi Michelle,

I took a look around at several places but I cannot find anything with a lock. Sorry!