Stevens’ AP Statistics: Think & Do, is a new kind of textbook/workbook that integrates theoretical content with demonstrative examples and exercises in a page by page bullet-point format, with content fully adapted to the AP curriculum. The streamlined presentation of information makes this book ideal for any busy AP student. It is organized in such a way that new content is initially summarized at the top of the page, followed by a completed demonstrative example and then immediately followed by a “Your Turn” unfinished example for the students to complete. While this format is certainly typical in a classroom lecture, it is often difficult for the students to keep up with the lecture or faithfully map the lecture material to the corresponding content found in a traditional textbook. Stevens’ book alleviates these problems by combining lecture notes, examples, exercises, and textbook content into a single, well-organized workbook. This book is meticulously constructed in such a way that each page can be presented as an overhead slide. Unlike many textbooks, the presentation is not written in a conversational tone. Rather, it is presented in bullet-point format, greatly increasing its effectiveness as a study tool for the AP test. This also allows the instructor to discuss the material in a context of their preference without being confined to the way a traditional textbook might present information. This is an affordable one-time-use book with space provided for students to apply the printed material and complete examples in class. Recognizing that every AP Statistics class has a lot of material to cover in a restricted amount of time, this text/workbook is designed for instructors who feel they currently spend too much time presenting new material and not enough time ‘doing’ it.