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The thing I like about them is you can read multiple chapters in a book before you have to stop, so they're great for interesting books that you don't want to put down. It depends on the age and what you want to use them for, really. I have the Hobbit/LotR one, and it is pretty good. I also have the Bronze Bow, and it is good too, but not as full as the Tolkien one. You could do a lot with it or just use it for discussions. They are reasonably priced, too.


I don't do a lot of lit guides, but I do like these. It gives some good discussion questions you could use for writing or further reading, and I know the Tolkien one has vocabulary words in it. It seems more in depth than the others I've seen.



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