|aWhite crane |cSandy Fussell ; [illustrated by Rhian Nest James].
|a1st U.S. pbk. ed.
|aSomerville, Mass. |bCandlewick Press|c2011.
|a237 p. |bill. |c20 cm.
|aSamurai kids |v1
|aEven 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.