Landon’s First Taekwon-Do Lesson by Victor Teran is an engaging five-star addition to any child’s library.
This book is a must-have for children or parents who are contemplating taking up the sport of Taekwon-Do. Don’t be surprised if this book gets your children rolling, kicking and taking part in the class. Landon’s First Taekwon-Do Lesson will inspire children to get active and probably increase enrollments in classes.
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This book answers questions kids and their parents may have about martial arts in general and Taekwon-Do in particular in considering the benefits of such training for a young child. The illustrations work quite well with the story and as Landon has his first lesson. While an excellent choice for story time, this book is also written for use as a primer by new readers. Landon's First Taekwon-Do Lesson is most highly recommended.
The lessons he learns through Taekwon-Do will inspire many readers to take up Taekwon-Do, and try their hand at learning new things, and being disciplined. The illustrations are lively and vivid and they bring the story and the characters to life. The story also focuses on self-defense and fitness, and will make readers disciplined and positive. Books like this are encouraging, motivating, and inspiring for readers to learn new things that teach them to be positive and disciplined. This book is good for tutors and parents to use for storytelling because of the concept and positive messages. It offers good motivation for all children to learn martial arts and self defense, and to be fit, confident, and disciplined.
Victor Teran's picture book for children, titled Landon's First Taekwon-Do Lesson, is an absolute delight to read. I appreciate a children's book that not only provides fun pictures and a cute, pleasant story line but inspires children to ask questions and learn. Within these pages kids will learn about different types of kicks, proper etiquette in a dojo, and why you start with a white belt, which even as an adult I found interesting. There's a lot of great content in here and Teran ends it with a sweet passage to kids teaching them to respect their teachers, which I think is an especially valuable lesson that can often be overlooked when the excitement of learning Taekwon-Do is in the forefront of their minds.
This picture book would be a perfect gift to a child or grandchild who is about to start martial arts lessons. Or you can simply use this as a bedtime story by itself. Landon's First Taekwon-Do Lesson is a home run on all fronts from art to writing and I think you'll find this a worthy addition to any child's library.