I like how the picture of the Guide matches the cover of the book (in most cases. Of course there are different editions...)
There's a Table of Contents. I like how it's broken into chapter. I'd like to see each chapter individually, but these chapters aren't too big. If you work at this very regularly, you can finish a guide in as few as 8 weeks. It takes us a bit longer since I want Mr. B to read it all on his own, so its more like 12-14 weeks for us. And that's reading daily, and working on the guide about 3 days a week. I don't force it, and sometimes allow him to answer just a couple of questions if he's had a good discussion about it.
I appreciate the added Synopsis. As you can see from this, this book is a Tween'ish version of a dystopian novel/science fiction/Fantasy style book. I have really found it quite interesting, as an adult, reading ahead. I always like to read ahead in case he has questions or anything like that, and to make sure it is appropriate for him.
Here are a few pages to show you the full page, as it is with no work on it yet.
There's a lot of added bonuses and optional activities. I like that you are given the chance to really dive in and study more, if you're interested in doing more. These have given us some really good ideas I may not have thought of on my own.
Here are some screen snips of what it looks like as you have answered.
Overall, I think you just can't go wrong with Progeny Press. They're our go to for Literature Guides! I love the interactive style, and Mr. B can easily type into the PDF, then I can print for our records. There's a wide variety of books to choose from, giving you all sorts of options. We highly recommend this!
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