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Freddie Loses His Game

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Freddie Pawn attends Chess Club at his chess-piece elementary school and becomes discouraged when he loses his chess game against Billy Bully Bishop. Meanwhile his friend, George Pawn, wins his game against Billy's brother, Bobby, further discouraging Freddie. To make matters worse, the Bully Bishop brothers love to tease Freddie. How will Freddie learn to overcome his ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published February 23rd 2012 by Ariva Publishing
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Melissa McCauley
Sep 10, 2012 Melissa McCauley rated it really liked it
This debut book by the precocious Master Clay about a bullied pawn has the feel of a school project. The QR codes imbedded within the chapters link to videos which take far longer to watch than the story does to read. (The author’s little brother Donovan co-stars in the chess instruction videos – his laugh is adorable and infectious!)
The story’s emphasis is on life lessons and chess terminology, but has little character development. Kudos to the author for also producing the illustrations and st
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Dorian Clay is a middle school student from Seattle, Washington. He started writing the Freddie and Friends book series when he was 10 years old. Between summer and winter breaks, plus a few Snow Days here and there, he finished Book 1 "Freddie Loses His Game" in 10 months.

Dorian start taking chess classes and playing in tournaments in first grade. His interest in art began at age three with art c
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