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e-Book Go for Kids epub download

Author: Milton N. Bradley
ISBN: 188955474X
Pages: 250 pages
Publisher: Yutopian Enterprises (September 10, 2001)
Language: English
Category: Activities Crafts & Games
Size ePUB: 1918 kb
Size Fb2: 1129 kb
Size DJVU: 1784 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 371
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Subcategory: Children

e-Book Go for Kids epub download

by Milton N. Bradley



The new Yutopian "Go For Kids" book has just arrived here. If you have young children, this book could serve as a teaching guide, so that you don't miss anything

The new Yutopian "Go For Kids" book has just arrived here. I was surprised to see that it is a general purpose introduction book,that has a broad and complete scope. If you have young children, this book could serve as a teaching guide, so that you don't miss anything. But the thing that is best, is that it is perfect for showing off thegame to teens and adults alike. To a great extent, all books on Go tend to read the same, ie.

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Go for Kids is written for children age 12 (sixth grade) and up, because the nature and inherent complexity of Go concepts require at least that level of reading skill, vocabulary and reasoning ability. But it can also be used quite satisfactorily by even much younger children with some assistance from older siblings and parents.

The attractiveness and clarity of presentation of Go for Kids derives from its unique use of 427 panels of question-and-answer cartoon strip dialogues between instructor and students which augment its 340 coventional diagrams and their accompanying explanatory text. These "comic strip" dialogue panels provide a much needed context for the material being presented (almost entirely missing in other Go primers), so that deep rather than superficial comprehension and learning can take place. They also provide a familiar and pleasurable child-friendly format, as well as "built in" breaks from the more formal tutorial material, and this makes Go for Kids far easier and more pleasureable for children to read than the conventional text-and-diagram-only approach used by all prior Go books.

I am aware than no presentation can possible completely satisfy the perceived needs of all potential users, but it is my honest belief that Go for Kids goes far further in this regard than anything extant, and most of those who have seen it pre-publication agree. But ultimately the only judgment that counts is yours, and the only way that you can make that judgment correctly is to read Go for Kids yourself. 8 by 6 with 250 pages.

INvait
I am an amatuer go player (maybe 10K in strength) and am raising a young family. Of course, when the time is right, I would love to be able to sit across a go board from my little daughter (and the little someone due in December) and enjoy a game. However, there aren't that many resources out there besides my own enthusiasm to help my children not only learn about it but also want to read about it and get excited thinking about it. This book helps facilitate all of these things.

The book's format is great and one of a kind. It is an even amount of written instruction (written in a fun but easy to understand tone) in normal book text but also contains many, many wonderful, playful "comic strips" or panels showing a teacher and his students and they all learn together about go. I think this could really help a kid get excited about go, reading, spending time with a parent...the list goes on.

This book is highly recommended to any parent hoping to share their enthusiasm for go with a child.
Jare
I found this book at the library and needed my own copy, because of the fact it made it easier to learn the game of igo. Its a mix between a comic and an instruction tool.
BORZOTA
The new Yutopian "Go For Kids" book has just arrived here.
I was surprised to see that it is a general purpose introduction book,that has a broad and complete scope. It is no mere "comic book" short introduction at all.
The book contains comic strips with explanations of ideas, and features conversations between young students and the sensei. While the text covers the basics that all Go players need to get started in a clear and well written way - lots of diagrams, many examples.
In fact, it looks like a no nonsense primer for the beginning or want to
become Go player. It's just about what I'd give as a gift to someone that
expressed interest in learning how to play the game, since it is a good reference book for a new player. In many ways it is simpler than the "In The Beginning" book, since that starts with the idea that you already know how to make life, and all of the various basic concepts - so it is a perfect lead in to it.
As far as being for "kids", I'd say that this book will be suitable for"kids" that already have pretty decent reading, writing and thinking skills -
but that's probably true for the game itself. If you have young children, this book could serve as a teaching guide, so that you don't miss anything.But the thing that is best, is that it is perfect for showing off thegame to teens and adults alike.
To a great extent, all books on Go tend to read the same, ie. "D5 is better here because of black's H4..." but the book goes into some detail on how and why things work a certain way, and goes into good explanations of the mechanisms and sequences of standard plays and situations (ko,seki, eyes, etc.).
I'll be keeping one in my Go bag to bring to club meetings.
So, two thumbs up from this reviewer! :- )
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Waiso
Some kids can learn Go from a sensei, but if you don't have this opportunity then let the sensei character from this book teach you instead. It gets as close to the real thing as possible. This is the best introduction to the game that I have ever read. It even has a glossary of Japanese words.