Walter Foster imprint, it's 40 pages and available in paperback format. This appears to be a reformat and re-release of material first released in 2015 with the same title by the same author.
The titles in this series are all formatted in a similar manner and this one is no exception.
A short general introduction (10%) covers tools and materials including
pencils, paper, blending tools, etc. The intro is followed by a
group of non-specific tutorials on graphite techniques, shading, light,
perspective. The following tutorial chapters are specific for different subjects (mostly faces) and include specific anatomy: eyes, noses, etc,
leading to some full studies (aging beauty, at ease, deep in thought, all smiles). There is also a very abbreviated tutorial on rendering some surfaces and finishes in the form of accessories like earrings, ties, scarves, and hats.
I like these tutorial booklets, they're inexpensive and full of useful
info for artists looking for improvement in their own work. It's nice to see them getting a re-release for a new audience of artists and learners.
Four stars - for what it covers and for a very short tutorial guide, it does the job admirably well.
Disclosure: I received an early eARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.