Finding Karate is about a boy who stumbles upon a great opportunity without realizing the true meaning of the opportunity until he is faced with day to day issues. The story is centered around a boy who has a name that has unfortunate rhyming possibilities. He is unlucky and attracts negative attention from being extremely shy and has a social inability to handle the classroom settings well. His social awkwardness and clumsiness make him a target for bullies. Finding Karate is a generational book that will educate the reader and teach them about values, manners, respect, self-discipline, hor, loyalty, friendship, and the true meaning of Karate. The reader will be enthralled from page to page while learning about everyday situations that many of our child face to day that sometimes can be embarrassing and that kids can relate to. You'll find that Finding Karate is available for everyone from ages 8-12. Anyone can learn about several easily confused martial arts styles. This book sets the record straight while adding a few twists here and there. Afterwards you'll be going to the web to learn more about what you have read. Finding Karate is a story that will melt your heart and open your mind at the same time.
Corey Green is a martial arts instructor that has been teaching karate for nearly 20 years. His students and him have made history 8 times in 7 years in regards to his special needs students. One of Sensei Green's special needs karate students was featured on CNN News in 2006. Green teaches anyone that is willing to learn karate including typically developing and special needs of all types. Green's Karate students have won numerous Championships at the National level (usankf.org) from age 5 to 57. Green's next book, a reference manual named Karate Wise, will debut here in the coming months. Go to GreensKarate.com to learn more information about Sensei Green's ongoing work. You can also follow Sensei Green on any social media by going to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Youtube and simply typing Corey Green's Karate