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Recently I started getting back into the game of chess as I began coaching my boys. Chess is a great game which teaches a multitude of skills including critical thinking, planning, perseverance, problem solving, and creativity. It also helps children learn about delayed rewards, fortitude, and courage. Needless to say, I'd love to see my boys do well in chess. However, the primary reason I have them involved is for the reasons I've mentioned above. I've put together a page with our (me and the boys) current reading list, as well as what we've put behind us.

Chess Reading List

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Posted by hji on 7 November 2006
Thanks for the list.

I don't know how to play chess, but my son will start participating in lunch chess club at school. The list of books gives me a good idea of what to look for. I think I will check out a few from the library.

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