This is a work in progress, but it is pretty darn good. If you choose to purchase, you will get the updated/edited version free for life. I know me, and I update and change stuff every year.
I teach at an urban high school, and my students are strong math students - not always great long-term math students. They struggle to remember concepts past the chapter exams, so this is my attempt to keep them fresh.
The content review starts with limits and follows the typical calculus curriculum - derivatives, tangent lines, reading f', velocity/acceleration, integrals (and all applications), misc. calc stuff (related rates, optimization, ivt, mvt)
What sets my stuff apart are the examples and pictures, graphs and graphics.
I go out of my way to make sure there is a graph/picture to support every concept for my students. I also explain big concepts in "easy" not so mathy terms. It may make some upper level teachers cringe, but it is what I do to get the job done. My average on the AP score is in the 3 range, and I work at a "rough" building.