In this feature story from the March issue of WAG Magazine, writer Ryan Deffenbaugh reports on our book "Great Moves: Learning Chess Through History" and picks up on one of his favorite stories from the book on how the Battle of Trenton may have turned out quite differently for Washington's army were it not for a chess game.

“Great Moves: Learning Chess Through History” by Sunil Weeramantry, Alan Abrams and Robert McLellan is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or by making a donation to the National Scholastic Chess Foundation.

You can also learn about the role the book can play in cross-curricular education, or read more about the book in general. You can also get a taste of what's inside on our Bublup roll! In addition, we are building a new website with extra support materials for teachers and home school. News on that soon! 

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