Pokémon Primers Help Your Child Learn ABCs and 123s With New Books!

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Ok, so this one isn’t gaming news as such… Yes, it involves Pokémon but it’s not gaming news. However, the staff at Thumb Culture love this and just had to share it with you all.

The new Pokémon Primers range of books will help your child learn their alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colours. You can see a sample page below, this page has pull-outs to help your child to learn.

Pokémon Primers

Read the press release below:

London, UK—March 30, 2021—Pikachu Press, the official publishing imprint from The Pokémon Company International, has released “Pokémon Primers,” a new series of books for young children to journey into the world of Pokémon while learning about subjects like the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colours.

Illustrated and designed in-house by The Pokémon Company International, “Pokémon Primers: ABC” and “Pokémon Primers: 123” are now available at participating retailers around the world. The next books in the series, “Pokémon Primers: Colors” and “Pokémon Primers: Shapes” are available for preorder now and will be released in the future.

“We are thrilled to deliver Pikachu Press’ first published Pokémon product for young Trainers with the new ‘Pokémon Primers’ series,” said Heather Dalgleish, director of publishing at The Pokémon Company International. “With families spending more time together, these new books will give kids and parents a fun and engaging way to learn more about Pokémon while brushing up on their ABCs and 123s.”

Featuring adorable illustrations of popular Pokémon, as well as captivating storylines, “Pokémon Primers” come in a high-quality board book style with over 100 flaps for children to interact with while developing a foundation for learning. For kids and parents new to Pokémon, each book includes pronunciation guides for each Pokémon named.

Started in 2012, Pikachu Press is the publishing imprint from The Pokémon Company International and delivers exciting titles and formats, such as activity, sticker, and pop-up books, that are perfect for children and young-at-heart Pokémon fans.

Sounds fantastic to me. You can find out more about these here. I will be passing this news on to my family and friends who have little ones to help them learn. How about you? Let us know in the comments.

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