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Chess Endgames For Kids
German Grandmaster Karsten Muller is one of the foremost writers on the topic of chess endgames.  In this book, he highlights 50 essential endgame themes and presents them in a logical format, starting with the most elementary checkmate with one or two pieces, and moving on to sophisticated techniques and manoeuvres, making the lessons suitable for all level of players. Many chess games are... read more
Chess for Juniors
Robert Snyder, national chess master and noted teacher, introduces this timeless game to the young beginner.  Snyder teaches the basic principles and then builds on students’ knowledge, giving clear instructions on how to choose and employ opening, middle and endgame strategies to win.  In 20 graduated lessons, with over 275 diagrams, Chess for Juniors covers basic rules, check, checkmate and... read more
Chess Nuts
Jackson is sporty and popular.  He's not the type to join the chess squad, and Anna doesn't want him there.  A lighthearted novel for children about the game of chess. Supplement your reading with Chess LessonsItems you may also like: Chess Boards
Chess Openings For Kids
This book is for chess-players of all ages and abilities, and teaches the names and starting moves of all the main chess openings, as well as their basic ideas. Beginners will learn different setups to develop their pieces harmoniously, and more advanced players will discover how they can implement many beautiful and surprising tactical and strategic themes into their games.  There are numerous... read more
Chess Puzzles For Kids
"Chess Puzzles For Kids" contains 100 fun positions to solve, graded in order from gentle and encouragingly easy, to brain-bustingly hard.  Every puzzle is categorised into a theme, and is preceded by an instructive example, demonstrating an important pattern. This book quickly enables children to learn many new skills and concepts, and to apply them through practicing the many examples and... read more
Chess Tactics For Kids
The positions illustrated in this book are all from real chess games, and show the 50 Tricky Tactics that experienced chess masters use to win tournament games. Beginners will benefit from a clear explanation of basic chess tactical patterns, such as how to use a fork, pin or skewer.  Advanced players will enjoy playing through the many devious tactical combinations, some of which are classified... read more
Everyone’s 2nd Chess Book
An amazing look at kids who play chess and how to help them and their parents. It features overcoming beginning hurdles and why newcomers often play BAD moves. In chess, if you lose all your pieces you can't win! And if you capture each of your opponent's pieces, winning should be easy. Even if you just get ahead by a small amount of material, your chances of winning soar. The way to win your... read more
How To Beat Your Dad At Chess
"How To Beat Your Dad In Chess" is presented in a clear, easy-to-follow format, which explains how to defeat a stronger opponent, by demonstrating 50 Deadly Checkmates, which chess masters use to win their games. Beginners will learn many new ideas and be able to follow the examples, enjoying the tactical skills needed to make attacks, combinations and sacrifices with success.  Advanced players... read more
Survival Guide for Chess Parents
Do you have a child who is interested in chess, but you're not sure how to help? In this book Tanya Jones concentrates on the numerous aspects of being a 'chess parent' and answers the many questions facing those with chess-playing children.  Topics covered include helping children in early stages of learning, choosing suitable tournaments and choosing the right chess coach.  This is a complete... read more
Thinking with Chess
"Thinking with Chess: Teaching Children Ages 5-14" is a handbook for teachers, librarians, after-school instructors, chess coaches, counselors, and parents that requires no prior knowledge of the game. Both novices and veteran chess players can use its innovative lesson plans for teaching groups of children.In this book, Dr. Alexey Root connects chess with skills important to academic success,... read more
Tips for Young Players
Britain’s number three Grandmaster Matthew Sadler, answers key questions such as: Which openings should I play? How do I learn to spot tactics? What do I need to know about the endgame? This book is aimed at young players looking to improve their play and practical results.  Packed with advice on every area of the game.Supplement your reading with Chess LessonsItems you may also like: Chess Boards