Although Topology by James R. Munkres, 2nd edition, is a fairly easy read in itself, I would still like to know if there's any text (or set of notes available online) that is a particularly good choice to serve as an aid to Munkres' book, in case one gets stuck in some place in Munkres or in case one need to suggest some supporting text to one's pupils.
I know that there's a website where solutions to some of Munkres' exercises are also available.
Is the book Introduction to Topology and Modern Analysis by Georg F. Simmons a good choice for this same purpose?
Or, is Introduction to Topology Pure and Applied by Colin Adams a good companion to Munkres?
And, what about the General Topology text in the Schaum's Series?
Thank you so much Math SE community! But I also wanted to ask the following:
Which book(s) are there, if any, that support Topology by James R. Munkres, 2nd edition, in the sense that they cover the same material as does Munkres; prove the same theorems as are proved in Munkres, but filling in the details omitted by Munkres; use the same definitions as used by Munkres; include as solved examples some, most, or all of Munkres' exercise problems?
Of course, one cannot expect a text to fulfill all the above requirements, but which one(s) do(es) this the best?