Please ask your library to carry Chess Is Child’s Play: Teaching Techniques That Work!

The rave reviews continue to pour in from parents who are using Chess Is Child’s Play: Teaching Techniques That Work with their children. People who never thought they could learn to play chess are applying our techniques on their young children with great success. It’s always fun to read the enthusiastic emails from parents of three- and four-year-olds who are loving their lessons, asking for more lessons, and looking forward to learning more and more!

Today, I got an email from a good friend in Canada. She has been bringing the book to her workplace, which just so happens to be a film set! She says that the crew members are avidly reading it in their spare time.

And now, I have a favor to ask of you! Could you ask your local library to carry Chess Is Child’s Play: Teaching Techniques That Work?

Although the book is very reasonably priced I want to see every family have access to this book. Wouldn’t it be great if parents all around the country took it upon themselves to teach their children to play chess this summer? Imagine the difference come the first day of school! The teachers would wonder at the change!

The Cleveland Public Library, who has the largest collection of chess books in the world, just accepted Chess Is Child’s Play into their prestigious John G. White Chess Collection. The chief librarian in charge of this collection wrote to say, “Your book clearly represents a lot of work and is an important contribution to the chess collection.”  We are extremely honored!

If you’d like to purchase a signed copy from me and donate it to your library, please email me and I’d be happy to help!

Laura Sherman (97 Posts)

Laura Sherman, a.k.a. “Laura the Friendly Ghostwriter,” is a professional ghostwriter and author. She enjoys writing fiction and nonfiction and is happiest when juggling multiple projects. She recently authored “Chess Is Child’s Play” to introduce the next generation to the game of kings and queens. As a parent of three, and one of the top 50 women chess players in the United States, Laura wrote this book to teach any parent to teach any child, of any age, to play chess.