The Two Kings: A Chess Story

The Two Kings A Chess Story This book tells the story of Kalem a small boy who prevents a war by encouraging two rival kings to settle their differences on the chess board rather than the battlefield It introduces children to a

  • Title: The Two Kings: A Chess Story
  • Author: Paul Scharff Gustavo Minacci
  • ISBN: 9781857441598
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This book tells the story of Kalem, a small boy who prevents a war by encouraging two rival kings to settle their differences on the chess board rather than the battlefield It introduces children to a magical new world by combining a delightful chess fairy story with clear and simple instructions on how to play chess Through the use of modern diagrams and techniques, TheThis book tells the story of Kalem, a small boy who prevents a war by encouraging two rival kings to settle their differences on the chess board rather than the battlefield It introduces children to a magical new world by combining a delightful chess fairy story with clear and simple instructions on how to play chess Through the use of modern diagrams and techniques, The Two Kings provides newcomers to chess with everything they need to know about the game This exciting book comes with a chess board and punch out pieces that can be pegged into the board, so the readers can follow the story on their own, or play a game themselves.A complete chess set is provided so that readers can follow the story on their own chess board The pieces can be pegged into the board and are suitable for repeated usage.For children aged seven and upwards

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    1. A nicely illustrated introduction to chess for young children, presented as the story of a boy who stops a war between two rival kings by teaching them the game.I'd suggest you also procure an envelope to keep the small card chess pieces in!

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