Baeoh and the Bully

Taekwon Lee (Author) Jeffrey Nodelman (Author)
& 1 more


Break out your uniforms and tie your belts! In this Team Taekwondo graphic novel for kids, it's time to tackle bullying!

ATA Team Taekwondo class clown Baeoh is excited for the dojo's Buddy Day! Normally, bringing a buddy to class would be all fun and laughs. But with a new bully in his life who won't leave him alone, Baeoh doesn't feel much like a buddy. Worse yet, he may be turning into a bully himself. Can Baeoh figure out how to turn this tough situation into a win?

Baeoh and the Bully tackles how to deal with class bullies in a positive way. With plenty of humor and insight into the struggles children face, this installment is sure to be a fan favorite--passed from one reader to another.

Product Details

Rodale Kids
Publish Date
April 17, 2018
5.6 X 0.5 X 7.6 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

Master Taekwon Lee is a sixth degree black belt and master instructor with many years of martial arts experience with ATA International--the world's largest martial arts licensing company. He's the creator of the award-winning interactive children's videos Agent G: The ATA Defender and Sgt. Safety as well as author of the children's book The Legend of Baeoh.

Jeffrey Nodelman is a graphic artist, novelist, painter, and award-winning animator who has worked with Walt Disney, Warner Bros, and Nickelodeon. He is a fourth degree black belt trained in ATA Songahm Taekwondo and a USA certified ice hockey coach. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with one wife, two children, and three spoiled rescue dogs.

Ethen Beavers is the illustrator of a slew of comics for DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and IDW Publishing as well as numerous children's titles, including the Star Wars Little Golden Books and the New York Times bestselling series NERDS. He lives in central California but can be found fly-fishing for trout all across the western United States. Learn more about his work at


"The full-color art does a good job at providing visual narration, especially in demonstrating brown-belt cobra Narsha's legless tail "kicks." Profiles in the backmatter give a rundown on all Team Taekwondo members. Befitting taekwondo's origins, they all seem to have Korean names....The application of the moral is balanced by youthful art and the emphasis on confidence and respect."
--Kirkus Reviews