Eats, Shoots & Leaves — 6 years ago
This is a quirky punctuation guide; more anecdote than rote — sort of a Bridget Jones’s Elements of Style. The author uses lots of good examples (“cute” may be more accurate) and is good about pointing out the differences between British and American usage.
Although aimed at punctuation sticklers, it would be an entertaining introduction for the punctuation-challenged. It covers all the basic punctuation marks and rules, but not the trickier stuff.
I’d give it three and a half stars, which in my rating code means I think it is good enough to recommend to certain people, but not generally (which would merit four stars).