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Pawn Mower: Deluxe Edition (Volume 5) Paperback – September 5, 2013
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About the Author
Maurice Ashley lives his passion. Through his love for chess, he not only made history as the first African-American International Grandmaster in the annals of the game, but he has managed to translate his love to others as a three-time national championship coach, two-time author, ESPN commentator, iPhone app designer, puzzle inventor, and motivational speaker. Maurice has traveled the world as an ardent spokesperson of the character-building effects of chess. Coming from the rough and tough streets of Kingston, Jamaica and Brooklyn, New York, Maurice has tirelessly shared his compelling story with young people in places such as the crime-ridden neighborhoods of Detroit, the townships of Cape Town, South Africa and the poverty-stricken jungles of Belize, Central America. His book, Chess for Success, (Broadway Books, 2005) crystallizes his vision of the many benefits of chess, particularly for at-risk youth, and he continuously spreads his message of living one's dream to universities, businesses, chess clubs and non-profit organizations around the globe. His app, Maurice Ashley Teaches Chess, has been sold in 24 countries, and he has received multiple community service awards from city governments, universities, and community groups for his work. His drive and enthusiasm always has him on the go. For the fall of 2011, Maurice completed a tour of a dozen Caribbean nations to bring chess, books and technology to kids in the region.