Pokémon in the Little Golden Books Style

Imagine in a world in which Pokémon emerged in the 1940s instead of the 1990s, and in the United States instead of Japan. That's what Becky Dreisdadt had in mind when she devised 151 Pokémon in the style of the Little Golden Books. Each Pokémon comes with a description of its savage combat abilities. Here's what a Jumpalope can do in battle:

Often sighted by weary travellers, the Jumpalope was once considered to be a mythical creature. This behorned lagamorph thrives in the desert as it can store a week’s worth of water in its cactus tail. To provide camouflage, its ears change colour with the leaves of the seasons.

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