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I'll be offing my latest nonfiction book to colleges and universities (putting extensive spreadsheet together targeting professors who would be interested in the subject).  I want to say that I can also offer a study guide.  But I've never created a study guide. 

- Have you? What goes into it?  Is it the same as a workbook (which I have done before)?
- How long are they usually?
- Have you ever hired someone else to write the study guide for your book?

If you have done a study guide, can you provide a link to it?

Thanks!
 

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Yes, I have been looking for examples. Still on the hunt.

GrandmaBirdie said:
Hmm. I haven't -- but it sounds like an excellent idea.

Maybe you could download study guides for books similar to yours and analyze how they're written and formatted.
 

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A teacher made a study guide for one of my Leon Chameleon children's books  ;D Not sure if you could call it an actual study guide as it was more a set of questions about the story and the characters.  ::)
 

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That's one route to take. Thanks for the insight.

Jan Hurst-Nicholson said:
A teacher made a study guide for one of my Leon Chameleon children's books ;D Not sure if you could call it an actual study guide as it was more a set of questions about the story and the characters. ::)
 
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