Chess For Children
Chess for Children - Murray Chandler & Helen Milligan
How to play the world's most popular board game
Hardcover, 112 pages
With this charming book, children will delight in learning the basic moves of chess - the most popular and challenging strategy game of all. All the rules of chess are clearly explained, step by step, assuming no prior knowledge. The lessons are reinforced by the inventive tales that George is told by his pet alligator Kirsty, self-proclaimed Grand Alligator of chess.
Chess is recognized in many countries as a useful tool for developing creative thinking in children. Although chess can be regarded as a rather complex and mysterious game, the rules themselves are straightforward. It doesn't take long to learn how the pieces move, and even children as young as five can enjoy exciting games. They will also thoroughly enjoy outwitting friends and relatives!
About the Authors
Murray Chandler gained the chess Grandmaster title by winning events in New York and Amsterdam. During 28 years as a professional player, he has taken part in over 150 international tournaments, in 32 different countries. His previous books include the best-selling How to Beat Your Dad at Chess and Chess Tactics for Kids. See also Chess Puzzles for Kids.
Dr Helen Milligan is a World Chess Federation woman master (WFM), and a former British Ladies Champion. She has represented Scotland in 10 Chess Olympiads, and New Zealand in two.
ISBN-13: 978-1904600060, Gambit Publications