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There are no shortages on books written about chess. Because there are so many out there, it can be very confusing to try and find one worth spending your money on. Here are some that Wizard Rob recommends to his students:
How To Beat Your Dad At Chess, by Murray Chandler.
A good book containing “fifty deadly checkmates” and some interesting attacking ideas.
Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess by Fischer, Margulies, and Mosenfelder.
Simple introduction to basic tactics and lots of checkmate practice!
Chess Tactics For Champions by Susan Polgar.
Excellent introduction to tactical themes, and of course lots and lots of good chess puzzles.