Customer Rating: Summary: Tae Kwon-Do Book for Kids Comment: I got this book for my 8 year old when she started TaeKwon-do last year. The only good thing about the book was it told you what order the belts went and what the meaning of them were. The kicks were hard to follow and there was not any basic kicks in it. Customer Rating: Summary: Don't you mean "The Incomplete Tae Kwon Do for Kids" Comment: There are minimal photos in this book and except for the cover, they were all photos of black-belt-looking adults doing kicks that only an expert kid could do. I'd recommend the other "Tae Kwon Do For Kids." There are excellent demonstration photos and the book is cheaper to boot. Much better for beginning kids. Customer Rating: Summary: A Great TKD Book for Kids Comment: I'm 10 years old and a brown belt. I really liked reading this book. I met Mr. Perez at the National Championships last summer. He's a really good teacher in person and he's a reaaly good author too. He doesn't teach you the "super secret flying whirly kick" but how to win with the basics instead. My dad likes it too. Customer Rating: Summary: A Well Written Guide to Taekwondo for Kids and Parents Comment: As a parent of of a budding martial artist I found this book to be very complete and demystifying. Taekwondo is a complicated and demanding sport and Mr. Perez goes through the basics thoroughly but without resorting to karate jargon. I bought the book for my son for Christmas. In addition to being a world class athelete Mr. Perez is an accomplished writer. I can highly recommend this book. Customer Rating: Summary: A great comprehensive guide for beginner Taekwondo students. Comment: A wonderful book in a crowded category of muddy manuals and poorly written translations. It's everything a kid (or parent) who aspires to pursue Taekwondo needs to know and what to expect. Herb Perez is not only an Olympic Gold Medallist and a terrific role model but also an articulate author spokesman for the martial art.