Winning Chess Exercises for Kids

By Jeff Coakley

This splendidly wonderful booklet additionally occurs to be relatively powerful.

Everything any baby might want to learn about chess method and extra is the following during this booklet, that is good laid out and straightforward to persist with.

Part of the thrill issue for children is that the booklet is replete with comic strip photographs of chess characters to aid make the training event extra intriguing.

A vivid and colourful hide, in addition to the massive workbook layout and algebraic notation make this a publication so one can occupy your kid's awareness for lots of hours.

The versatile "perfect binding" makes it effortless to show the pages and feature them remain in place.

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