Local Karate Instructor Publishes First Children’s Book

by Patrick Herron

Local Karate Instructor Publishes First Children’s Book

Daniel Amaguana is a Northwest High School graduate and the owner of Panda Karate in Derwood. He is releasing his first children’s book “Not So Bad After All” next month.
The anti-bullying book is about Daniel’s personal journey navigating school while learning about self-acceptance and features illustrations by DC artist Nabi Bilal.

“Daniel views school in his own little way, but kids make fun of him all the long day. He may be strong and won’t stand for guff, but when push comes to shove, can he really stay tough? With engaging rhymes and colorful illustrations, this is the perfect book for any kid who could use a self-esteem boost and learn to tackle the social scene at school.”

“Not So Bad After All” is being released on February 2nd by Mascot Books and you can find it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Books-A-Million.

For more info contact media@pandaskarate.com and follow @DanielsBookClub on Facebook and
Instagram.

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Valentin Amaguana January 21, 2021 - 5:58 pm

Master Daniel is a kind and great instructor with a heart of gold. He teaches his Little Pandas and PK Warriors with great care and kindness. Congratulations on the story and for highlighting the the book “NOT so BAD AFTER ALL.” The illustrations in the book by Nabi Bilal were amazing and my son loved the book.

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Maria Espinal January 22, 2021 - 11:58 am

Exelent work Mr Daniel Amaguaña congratulations and keep up the good work you are a wonderful teacher I wish the best.

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