Taekwondo Books for Kids
Below are some great Taekwondo &
martial arts books for kids. I have
tried to add a quick review of each
book in order to summarize their value to martial arts students.
In addition, I have added some of my visitors' favorite martial
arts books for children in order to provide you with even more reading ideas.
* You can find many of these
martial arts books for children on
eBay (lightly used but at great prices) or new at
Barnes & Noble.
Taekwondo & Martial
Tae Kwon Do! (Step Into Reading) - This
Taekwondo book is good for young children (but not
very useful for older kids). It helps kids to learn simple
reading skills through Taekwondo. Check your library for a copy.
Kung Fu Panda - Book
version of the highly successful children's movie. The authors have
put together a number of early reading books based on Kung
The Karate Mouse
- A fun way to practice your reading skills. The hero of this
story has only a week to prepare for a karate championship!
Julie Black Belt: The Kung Fu Chronicles - Children learn
the value of hard work, dedication and determination.
Illustrated book. Great for girls taking or thinking about the
- Jojo's Flying Side Kick -
This Taekwondo book focuses on a young girl overcoming fear and
an upcoming belt test.
- Taekwondo: The State of the Art
(by Master Sung Chul Whang and Master Jun Chul Whang)
- This Taekwondo book is well written
and covers many topics (i.e. kicks, sparring and stances). The
best section focuses on Taekwondo forms (WTF forms 1-8) because the book gives you
detailed written instructions and visual aids for each form. It
will help you immensely with your child's next belt test. Two thumbs
Our Visitors' Favorite Martial
Arts Books for Children
Taekwondo for Kids
Taekwondo Kids: From White Belt to Yellow/Green Belt and From
Green Belt to Blue Belt
- Little Jay Learns Karate