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Probably only intended for kids who are already interested in karate.
on October 28, 2013
This book isn't exactly what I expected it to be. It wasn't so much a story book as a rhyming book about typical events one would find in a karate class. It is short, easy to read, has very life-like illustrations, and has a informational section at the end that explains (in greater detail) what karate is, a bit about its origin, and what the different colored belts represent. This isn't a bad book, but it offers very little appeal to any children who are not already interested in the sport of karate. My son is one of those children who doesn't really care about karate. He read it once while sitting on my wife's lap, and neither of them said they would care to read it again.