Hello everyone, I just finished my first semester of Calculus (first 5 Chapters of James Stewart's "Calculus" 6th edition text) and was able to get some insight from students who were taking Calculus II (the rest of the text). I finished with an A for Calc I, but heard Calc II is a whole different beast. I enjoy reading the texts to learn, but I also love to have outside sources/references/supplements to aid myself just in case I might get confused. Right off the bat though for summer vacation I will be reviewing my Calc I material (integrals and derivatives) to have as much a solid foundation as possible. I will also try and preview some of the materials in the Stewart text for next semester as well. My question is, what are some good guides/books/references I can use for my upcoming Calc II class? I was recommended "How to Ace the Rest of Calculus" by Colin Adams by one individual, are there any others I should take note of? Any help would be greatly appreciated. *Sorry for the mangled thread title btw, I honestly did not realize it was that bad. If I could edit it, I would .