A Guide is a Guide? Or Not? Review
In high school. Nope.
He googles it all the time.
Remember when I reviewed The Complete Idiot's Guide to The Best Family Destinations?
Okay, he did more than look.
Of course, I figured that I could take a look at both and see which one I liked better.
I will say, they do an AMAZING job of breaking everything down.
They break the book down into 9 parts and in total, 38 chapters!
Sorry to say, but they both have parts that I liked!
I know, you were really wanting me to let you know which one to pick up to have at your house.
For the rest of this, it will be Idiot's vs. Dummies.
(They are off to the side and are in their own little individual blocks.)
American Echo: "memorable statements from historically significant figures and documents."
I like the extras being separated, as it gave a small break in the reading of the chapter.
In Their Words: "quotes from letters, speeches, documents, advertisements, and such of the past."
I felt that the Idiot's Guide was more informative of the information and would be more of a text book type reference.
He says that although they are both very informative, he is a bit put off as they are both VERY biased and the author's opinion is blatantly obvious for both books.
Now, until July 1, 2011...
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