Dear concerned reader,
As most of you know there is a profuse number of poorly written chess books aimed at making chess appealing to children. And, as a result my library has 1 non-horrendous chess book for children. It is about twenty-five pages long and only teaches the pieces and how a game ends.
My quest: find more non-bad chess books for children and convince my lovely librarian friends to buy them! Unfortunately this is much harder than it looks. I have been unable to find any books that both teach chess well; and that allure, beguile, captivate, catch the eye of, charm, enchant, engage, entice, fascinate, intrigue, tantalize and/or tempt children.
You might ask, "Magic-yak, why do you care about these children and their lack of chess literature." And you might think "Magic-yak must be a very kind hearted young man who cares about the next generation."
No, I just want my little chess minions to go around destroying other chess kiddies!!!
(And i need a new tactics book)
And this is where we get to the part where you help, Dear Reader. I do not know any good chess books for kids but you might. If you do you must tell me or you will have the loss of my chess team on your head and it will be ALL YOUR FALT!!!
9and i wont get a new tactics book till Christmas.)