As I am preparing the syllabus for Advanced Web Design, a course I will be teaching in a week, one of the things that I want the students to get out of the class is Sass. Without even thinking, I visited A Book Apart and copped a digital version of Dan Cederholm’s Sass For Web Designers. I read through the entire book in an hour or so. Although I have been using Sass for a while, I still find the book to be an engaging read. As always, his explanations are crystal clear and his examples are easy to follow. Dan taught me CSS twenty years ago when he first published Web Standards Solutions. I am positive that he’ll teach my students to get started with Sass with this book.