I'm a philanthropist!
Ahh the joy of giving.
Due to a lack of space on my bookshelf I decided to donate a portion of my chess book collection to my local library. The library has a chess club that meets there once a week, and their collection of chess related books is poor. I suggest all of you donate the books you no longer use to your local library.
I might do a review of some of the books before I forget I ever had them. My donations included:
Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
Capablanca's My Chess Career
The Immortal Game by David Shenk
The Game of Kings by Michael Weinreb
It's Your Move Improvers! by Chris Ward
Modern Chess Strategy by Pachman
Learn From Bobby Fischer's Greatest Games by Schiller
Pandolfini's Endgame Course
Encyclopedia of Chess
The Chess Tactics Workbook
Chess College 1, 2, and 3
Nunn's Chess Openings
Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual
Chess Explained: The French
How to Play Good Opening Moves by Mednis
Easy Guide to the Sveshnikov by Aagaard.
Starting Out: The Scotch Game by John Emms
Morphy's Games of Chess by Phillip Seargant
My 50 Years of Chess by Frank Marshall
I hope the locals enjoy