What people have to say about "Play Checkers with Me"
Play Checkers with Me
is a simple book with easy to understand and illustrated directions and
tips on how to play checkers. Also includes checkers do's and don'ts. A
fun way for kids to learn checkers and also learn to find other ways to
do something instead of getting angry.
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Play Checkers with Me is
a charming chidren’s book (Ages 3-7) about a six-year old dinosaur
named Aaron, who likes to play checkers. When his mother and father are too
busy to play with him, Aaron teaches his younger brother, four-year
old Benjamin to play. Red and Black illustrations are used for the
checker sets. While some of us cringe at the very mention of these
colors, they are the sets that most children have in their toy
The basic theme of the story concerns sibling harmony and is worth considering as a present to some child. The basic rules are colorfully and imaginatively described in terms that a child can undersand.
The American Checkers' Federation Bulletin
Play Checkers with Me is not only a
story of sibling harmony but also might be the most colorful and
entertaining set of checkers instructions ever printed.
Charming, eye-catching illustrations combine
with practical information in this children's book about playing
checkers. It's aimed at very young children and the bright colorful
drawings are sure to catch their attention. The simple story is an
interesting way to introduce children to the game of checkers, and
the sibling interaction adds to the fun. A good way to introduce a
young child to the always popular game of checkers.
A really creative, playful story. Everyone
should enjoy this!
Play Checkers with Me is a whimsical
picture book with vibrant, colorful illustrations.
Parents' Board at
Portland Family Magazine
The text, while it provides step-by-step
directions for playing checkers, is not didactic nor disjointed. The
story line flows smoothly from beginning to end.
The multimedia illustrations are lively, bright, large, and childlike.
A cute book which teaches how to play
checkers. Also points out that little siblings "can do it, too".
I'd like it even better if it didn't talk so much about checkers
until the "appendix" at the end.
Moms Book Thing
I like the illustrations and the story line and the fact that readers
canlearn realistic info about playing checkers. I think it will
inspire kids to play.
I will certainly consider it for a future issue of Grandma's Book Letter.
Grandma’s Book Letter
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