From the ancient Chinese art of Shaolin Kung Fu to Krav Maga, Israel's modern self-defense system, this coloring book offers a fascinating look at martial arts from around the world. Captions accompany illustrations of 30 styles: Judo, the "gentle way" of Japan; Brazilian Capoeira, which incorporates... read more
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From the ancient Chinese art of Shaolin Kung Fu to Krav Maga, Israel's modern self-defense system, this coloring book offers a fascinating look at martial arts from around the world. Captions accompany illustrations of 30 styles: Judo, the "gentle way" of Japan; Brazilian Capoeira, which incorporates music and dance; Muay Thai Boxing, Thailand's national sport; and many other forms of contact combat.
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