Short and concise, the articles from Easy to Learn can skillfully grasp the difficulties in students' learning and examination as well as the pain points of parents in family education, and it also offers pertinent suggestions and wise solutions. It not only shares the stories of how a student who ranked last in the class strived to be a straight-A student, but also provides what the author has learned and summarized from his teaching practice. What’s more, it includes the refined learning methods of top students. Each advantage is good enough to make this book a practical treasure. If your children's study or family education poses a major problem for you, you might as well find solutions in this book. It surely is a must in educating children.