Pokémon is taking over the world and though I haven’t hopped on the Pokémon Go bandwagon, I am taking advantage of as many of the Pokémon bookish festivities as I can because I enjoyed the Pokémon cartoons and I love books.
I discovered the #ReadThemAllThon, hosted by Aentee at Read at Midnight, a week or so ago and decided to join in because this readathon is stretched over 3 weeks (Sunday, August 14, to Sunday, September 4). Though it requires us to read 8 books during those 3 weeks, the possibility that I’ll complete a book or two is higher with this readathon than the usual week-long readathons.
Aentee has created this readathon to match Ash’s quest in the first season of the Pokémon cartoons when he strives to compete in Kanto’s Indigo League competitions. But instead of fighting in gym battles, we will be reading books. However, Aentee has also structured this readathon to include Pokémons so that the amount of books we read as well as the extent to which we participate in other activities (tweeting, posting reviews, etc.) will determine how our chosen Pokémon will evolve. I think that’s awesome!
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I know what you’re thinking but I warned you from the first Pokémon book tag I did that I plan to go overboard on this and do three of them so don’t look at me as if I’m a wacked out Pokémon fan.
This Pokémon book tag is the most popular one I’ve found. It was created by Aentee at Read at Midnight, who’s also hosting a Pokémon-themed readalong, which I plan to join. Yes, we are all certainly going Pokémon crazy. 😀
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Yes! I am back with another Pokémon book tag. Don’t act surprised and don’t roll your eyes either. You know you love these cute Pokémons as much as I do. 😉
This Pokémon book tag was created by the Book Window. I saw it, liked it, and told myself “gotta do it.” So let’s get to it!
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Long before Pokémon Go became all the rage and people started walking around even more glued to their phones and heedless of their surroundings, I discovered this Pokémon book tag on Michelle’s blog, the Writing Hufflepuff.
I enjoyed watching the Pokémon TV show and playing the games when I was younger. Last year when I couldn’t decide what to watch on Netflix while cooking, I decided to rewatch a couple of the old Pokémon episodes, which was fun and surprising because I’d forgotten much. These days, everyone’s playing Pokémon Go… except me. I’m already hooked on Sims Freeplay. I refuse to get hooked on another game, so I’ll hop in on the Pokémon fun by doing book tags instead. This will be the first of three (yea, I have time to kill). 😀
Your starter Pokémon — The first book you started your journey as a reader with.
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