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In case you thought I made those up, they were examples in other books I also looked at. Instead, he takes you through simple examples and tutorials which are designed specifically for the task you are applying them to.
If you already know HTML and want to take it further, this is an excellent resource to do that with. With jQuery, you can quickly build modern, interactive web pages -- without having to script everything from scratch!
Then the author quickly moves on to the use of libraries to speed development, and specifically to jQuery. The Good Now for the good parts.
Like the CSS book in the series, I found the information to be explained in a very readable and understandable tone. Also, the tutorials were again very helpful and well laid-out.