Here's a super-simple primer that introduces babies and toddlers to the popular game of chess!
Don’t let their size fool you: Although they are small pawns are the most fearless pieces of all.
Now parents can introduce babies and toddlers to the popular game of chess! This super-simple primer will teach little ones the basics: the names of the pieces, how they move, and how to win the game. The rhyming text allows for a fun read-aloud experience without getting too involved in the details of the game. Additional sidebar facts are included for kids who might have questions or who are ready for additional information.
About the Author
Sophie Pryce is a children’s book editor and writer. She grew up in the quiet suburbs of Connecticut, but now lives in bustling New York City. Sophie has been creating books for many years, and when she isn’t writing she enjoys cooking, swimming, and completing jigsaw puzzles.
Tim Palin was born in Salem, MA, to a non-witching family (as far as he knows). From elementary school and beyond, Tim took lots of art classes and stayed up WAY too late drawing. He had a knack for making works of art using everything from pencils and ink to clay and egg cartons and Popsicle sticks! It didn’t take him long to discover that Popsicle sticks weren’t really his medium. Now he uses his computer and his imagination to make the world a cuter place. When Tim isn’t illustrating or designing books, you can find him baking cakes, time-traveling, planning his global takeover, and binge-watching cheesy sitcoms with his super-charming husband, Michael, and two canine beasts, Edith and Esteban (who goes by ‘Steve’). You can follow Tim on Instagram @timpalincreative