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I was very excited about this when I saw it. I'm trying to learn basic residential construction from a hobbyist standpoint, like to build a shed or do renovations on my house one day. This is a really neat idea, it's an old book (1979) and it gives you some basic principles and then exercises to practice what you've learned. Which is an AWESOME IDEA and I'd love if it were longer, more detailed. But, a major drawback is that you don't have solutions to the exercises, so you don't know if you did it right. So that reduces the value significantly, for me. And some of the exercises ask you to do things that you haven't been adequately prepared for in the previous material, which is also annoying and makes it feel incomplete, like these exercises are just for fun and you're not really learning the whole picture (of course you're not, but I was hoping to learn more than this half-information). However, I've already learned some interesting things in the first 12 pages, so I like it.