This past summer my AP Language students had to read one of the following books: "Made in America" by Bill Bryson, "The Great Typo Hunt" by Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson, "Bryson's Dictionary of Troublesome Words" by Bill Bryson (I won't use this one again--it wasn't a narrative style like I thought it would be), "The Mother Tongue" by Bill Bryson, "Between You & Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen" by Mary Norris, and Eats, Shoots & Leaves" by Lynne Truss. This is the test for "Between You and Me." They had 40 minutes for the test and then 15 minutes to use their book to check answers. An answer key is included. This does not have to be limited to AP Language. This is a great book to use in journalism since it's a memoir of Norris' tenure at "The New Yorker."