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List of Taekwondo & Martial Arts Books for Kids

Here are some great Taekwondo & martial books for kids. They provide lessons about friendship, discipline and hardwork within a martial arts context or provide a fun martial arts adventure for children who are learning how to read. In addition, we have added some of our visitors' favorite martial arts books for children in order to provide you with even more ideas. Great for birthday and Christmas presents or to help a martial-arts loving child who hates to read!

For adult martial arts books, please visit the main Taekwondo & Martial Arts Books section.

 

 Best Taekwondo & Martial Arts Books for Children

  • 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 Fu Panda.
  • Tae Kwon Do! (Step Into Reading) - This Taekwondo book is good for preschoolers (but not very useful for older kids). It helps kids to learn simple reading skills through Taekwondo. Check your library for a copy.
  • Jojo's Flying Sidekick - This Taekwondo book focuses on a young girl overcoming fear and an upcoming belt test.
  • 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 martial arts!
  • The Karate Mouse - A fun way for your children to practice their reading skills. The hero of this story has only a week to prepare for a karate championship!
  • The Princess And The Ogre - This children's book tells familiar fairytales (i.e. The Three Little Pigs) with a martial arts twist!
 Visitor Favorites - For more book ideas, here are some martial arts books for children purchased by our visitors.

 

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