Now you can play chess at the library! Library staff used our 3-D printer to print chess pieces and we painted a table for the board. Come by and see. The chess board and pieces are in the Media Center on the second floor.
Meanwhile, here are some fun chess books:
- Award-winning chess problems by Burt Hochberg. Sterling Pub. Co., 2005.
Call number GV1451.H615 2005
- Chess world championships: all the games, all the diagrams, 1834-2004 by James H. Gelo. McFarland, 2006.
Call number GV1455.G45 2006
- Complete book of beginning chess by Raymond D. Keene. Cardoza Pub., 2003.
Call number GV1446.K422 2003
- Behind deep blue: building the computer that defeated the world chess champion by Feng-hsiung Hsu. Princeton, 2002.
Call number QA76.8.D435H78 2002