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A Pawn's Journey - Signed by Author Elliott Neff

Transforming Lives One Move At A Time
In this moving tale based on true stories, you will learn how the game of chess can develop a strategic mind-set and produces the rare ability to graciously handle set-backs.
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Description / A Pawn's Journey - Signed by Author Elliott Neff

NOTE - THIS BOOK WAS HAND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, ELLIOTT NEFF, DURING IN DECEMBER 2018


From her first day in high school April knows she doesn't have what it takes to earn a college scholarship. She encounters a wise school counselor who turns her world upside down and begins to teach April invaluable life skills through a series of encounters...then everything begins to change for April.

In this moving tale based on true stories, you will learn how the game of chess can develop a strategic mind-set and produces the rare ability to graciously handle set-backs.

This success parable weaves powerful life lessons into a gripping story which you cannot set down. Discover the world beyond what you see and into the realm of possibilities.

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ISBN 9781641463164
Pages 175 pages
Publication Date Oct 8, 2018
Notation Type NL - Notationless
Book Binding Type Paperback

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