I recently read about the Moore method for learning mathematics (Moore method Wikipedia) and wanted to apply it to my own learning (undergraduate level). However, I am unable to find any books that follow such a method or something similar.
Specifically, I'm looking for books that introduce the reader to important mathematical concepts through problems/questions rather than blocks of text (for instance, instead of the book proving Lagrange's theorem in group theory, the reader is presented with a question which guides the reader by introducing the definition of cosets etc., so that the reader can prove it themself). I am not very picky about the topic, for I have not been able to find such books on any topic so far. Any recommendations? Thanks.