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Books with title Karate Hour

  • Karate Hour

    Carol Nevius, Bill Thomson

    eBook (Two Lions, April 17, 2012)
    KARATE CLASS SHOULD ALWAYS BE THIS EXCITING!Karate class begins and students come together to practice their blocks and stances––from crescent kicks to front kicks to tuck roll stands. Dynamic black-and-white artwork of children bowing, kicking and sailing through the air contrasts with their brilliantly colored karate belts in this rhythmic read-aloud that explores the action and philosophy of karate.
  • Karate Hour

    Carol Nevius, Bill Thomson

    Paperback (Two Lions, April 1, 2011)
    KARATE CLASS SHOULD ALWAYS BE THIS EXCITING! Karate class begins and students come together to practice their blocks and stances––from crescent kicks to front kicks to tuck roll stands. Dynamic black-and-white artwork of children bowing, kicking and sailing through the air contrasts with their brilliantly colored karate belts in this rhythmic read-aloud that explores the action and philosophy of karate.
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  • Karate Hour

    Carol Nevius, Bill Thomson

    Hardcover (Two Lions, Sept. 1, 2004)
    KARATE CLASS SHOULD ALWAYS BE THIS EXCITING! Karate class begins and students come together to practice their blocks and stances––from crescent kicks to front kicks to tuck roll stands. Dynamic black-and-white artwork of children bowing, kicking and sailing through the air contrasts with their brilliantly colored karate belts in this rhythmic read-aloud that explores the action and philosophy of karate.
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  • Karate

    Amanda Vink

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Dec. 15, 2019)
    A martial arts style with a name that means "empty hands," karate is popular around the world as a way of strengthening both the body and the mind. Karate teaches its students important values, such as self-discipline and determination. This book shows young readers the advantages of dedicating oneself to a martial art. It also shows how learning karate can be great fun. Readers will explore katas, grappling, and other moves, as well as the martial art's rich history and culture.
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  • Karate

    Alix Wood

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Jan. 15, 2013)
    Karate is a form of martial arts that has been around for hundreds of years. Readers will be introduced to basic techniques such as blocks, strikes, and locks to beat their opponents. Readers also learn that self-control and respect are very important aspects of karate.
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  • Karate

    Thomas Buckley

    eBook (The Child's World, Inc., Jan. 1, 2014)
    In its early days, karate was a way for Japanese peasants to defend themselves. Now, it's used in popular movies and remains an exciting martial art. Explore the history of karate, and read about some of the strikes, kicks, and blocks a karataka uses. Discover the mental harmony and physical discipline required for the 'way of the empty hand.'
  • Karate

    Alix Wood

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Jan. 15, 2013)
    Karate is a form of martial arts that has been around for hundreds of years. Readers will be introduced to basic techniques such as blocks, strikes, and locks to beat their opponents. Readers also learn that self-control and respect are very important aspects of karate.
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  • Karate

    Piper Welsh

    language (Rourke Educational Media, March 27, 2019)
    Karate Requires Discipline And Respect. Learn About The Techniques Required To Excel In This Sport. High Interest Informational Text To Support Rigor And Text Complexity.
  • Karate

    Jim Ollhoff

    language (ABDO, March 1, 2019)
    This ten-book series explores the martial arts, weaving together history, culture, geography, and politics to give readers a balanced perspective of the world's fighting systems. Author Jim Ollhoff, Ph.D., holds a second-degree black belt in Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Karate, as well as intermediate belts in Korean Tae Kwon Do and Chinese Kung Fu. Series editor John Hamilton is a second degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, with additional experience in Kung Fu and self-defense.This volume of the series explores karate, weaving together history, culture, geography and politics.
  • Karate

    Amanda Vink

    Library Binding (PowerKids Press, Dec. 15, 2019)
    A martial arts style with a name that means "empty hands," karate is popular around the world as a way of strengthening both the body and the mind. Karate teaches its students important values, such as self-discipline and determination. This book shows young readers the advantages of dedicating oneself to a martial art. It also shows how learning karate can be great fun. Readers will explore katas, grappling, and other moves, as well as the martial art's rich history and culture.
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  • Karate

    Morgan Hughes

    Hardcover (Rourke Educational Media, Sept. 1, 2004)
    Explains How Karate Is A Form Of Fighting Using Hands And Feet And It Is Also Used To Teach Discipline And Self-Defense.
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  • Karate

    Thomas J. Buckley

    Library Binding (The Childs World Inc, Jan. 1, 2004)
    An introduction to the origins, basic techniques, and training methods of karate.
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