Otis the Bulldog Learns Karate

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Meet Charley and Otis, two lovable bulldogs with two very different personalities!

Otis wants to learn how to fight bad guys like his favorite superhero, the Blazing Bulldog. But, when Otis gets asked to not come back to the dojo as a result of his rude behavior ... it's time for Otis & Charley to get to work.

Will Charley be able to teach Otis how to behave so that he can learn karate? It may not be as easy as it sounds...

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Reviewed by Ryan O.
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Great lessons for the kiddo

Great lessons for the kiddo

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Reviewed by Ryan H.
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Great Book

I got a couple of these books for my daughter for her 4th birthday and she absolutely loves them. Its nice to have books that my kids can enjoy but also teach valuable lessons as well.

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Reviewed by Brandon R.
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Setting my children up

Success that will come from this line of books will

Be amazing for my children

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Reviewed by mason M.
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must have for the kids

great book my two boys really enjoyed the it

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Reviewed by Howie L.
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Great boy title!

I immediately used it with my 7yr old who is playing football (flag right now). He is in a competitive tournament and the coaches are struggling to get the kids attention. I noticed that my son doesn't look at the coach in the eye when the coach is addressing him, or a small group of them. He starts looking all over the place instead. I used the butterfly exercise that Otis does from the book to stress to him how important it is that he let's the coach know he's paying attention and he's respectful by looking at him when the coach is talking to him. The next practice I watched and saw that he was getting better at it! Not quite there yet, but better. What a great lesson and tool the book is! We Love Otis & Charlie. Please keep new ones coming.

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