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Chess for Kids: How to Play to Win

Chess for Kids: How to Play to Win
Written as a story--featuring seven-year-old twins Alice and Sam and their quest to stop an impending alien invasion--"Chess for Kids" will teach your child how to play chess in thirty short, fun lessons. "Chess for Kids" describes each piece, simply and clearly explaining what moves each one can make and how best to utilize them on the board. Here are the concepts of check, checkmate, and stalemate and basic chess strategy and thinking skills. Peppered with quizzes and puzzles to reinforce what your child has learned, "Chess for Kids" is the perfect book for any child who wishes to learn this ancient and always popular game.
Publication Date: 
November 9, 2010

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