>>> Beginner’s Chess Book
>>> You can win a game of chess
>>> Beat That Kid in Chess
For adults, teenagers, and even some older children - For early beginners
> Fighting Mommy: Carolina
> In the film "Meet the Mormons"
> A chess problem may not be as big as it appears to be
>>> Step into a fun game of chess
Recent film about Robert J. Fischer winning the 1972 World Chess Championship
> From the movie "A Pawn Sacrifice"
Children's chess tournament at the South Jordan public library in Utah
Category Archives: Book Review
Introduction to the Book Review How can I objectively evaluate How to Beat Your Dad at Chess? I, Jonathan Whitcomb, have written a chess book with a similar cover: Beat That Kid in Chess. Both have cartoon characters on the … Continue reading
These three brief book reviews include two chess titles that have not yet been published, as of November 12, 2015. Could one of these books be a good choice as a gift? Rubinstein: Move by Move, by Zenon Franco (not available … Continue reading
We now look at three chess books, each of them appearing, from the cover, to be for children. The ideal ages for readers of these books, however, may surprise you. How old should you be for these chess books? Chess for … Continue reading
To begin, we’re using novice players to mean those who have limited experience playing and observing chess games, yet they know the rules of the game. Out of the many thousands of chess books published over the past few centuries, … Continue reading