Samurai Kids 1: White Crane
Rhian Nest James
Even though he has only one leg, Niya Moto is studying to be a samurai, and his five fellow-students are similarly burdened, but sensei Ki-Yaga, an ancient but legendary warrior, teaches them not only physical skills but mental and spiritual ones as well, so that they are well-equipped to face their most formidable opponents at the annual Samurai Games.
Disability and Health; Physical disability; Physical appearance; blind; missing limb; acquired limb difference/amputation; albinism; polydactyly
mother and father
Japan; Samurai; schools; senseis; sword fighting; poetry; origami; competitions; friendship
Fussell, Sandy, "Samurai Kids 1: White Crane" (2010). Diverse Families. 1941.