Stevens’ Introduction to Statistics: Think & Do; Version 4.1, is a new kind of textbook/workbook that integrates theoretical content with demonstrative examples and exercises in a page by page bullet-point format. Recognizing that most introductory statistics students will not read a statistics textbook on their own, this text is meant to be presented in class by the instructor. 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 classroom lecture it is often difficult for the students to keep up with the lecture and/or faithfully map the lecture material to the corresponding content found in a traditional textbook. Stevens’ book alleviates these problems by combing lecture notes, examples, exercises, and textbook content into a single, well-organized workbook.