The Scrapbook holds a collection of Photographs collected by the Kongs in the Game Boy Advance versions of both Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Country 2. The Scrapbook is the successor to the Sticker Book from the Game Boy Color port, and the Photographs are in turn the successor to Sticker Pads. The Scrapbook and its Photographs do not appear in Donkey Kong Country 3's Game Boy Advance remake, despite the original version having a similar feature, Dixie Kong's Photo Album.
During the adventure in both games, the Kongs can view their collected photographs in the Scrapbook from the button menu. Pictures in the Scrapbook depict artwork of characters and enemies in various stances and are gradually unlocked by obtaining Photographs. Pictures that occupy more than one space of a page are composed of multiple Photographs. Collecting every Photograph is essential for the completion percentage.
Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong begin their adventure with the Scrapbook in Donkey Kong Country. However, in Donkey Kong Country 2, Diddy and Dixie can receive the Scrapbook from Wrinkly Kong in Kong Kollege if they request a homework assignment. Wrinkly rewards them with a DK Coin for every page they fill in. An animated icon of a DK Coin appears in the bottom left corner of every completed page. The later scrapbook pages usually consist of one picture, all of which are put together by two Photographs (except for Donkey Kong on page 11).
In the later three worlds, Krazy Kremland, Gloomy Gulch, and K. Rool's Keep, Wrinkly offers hints for every Photograph location of a page at 10 Banana Bunch Coins each. She offers advice for five pages per world, with pages 1–5 in the former, pages 6–10 in the medial, and pages 11–15 in the latter. This totals to 50 Banana Coins spent per world, and 150 spent altogether. Wrinkly's advice, including of her scrapbook locations, is logged on "Wrinkly's Help" from the button's submenu of the menu.
Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong Country 2