I used a textbook called Classical Galois Theory With Examples by Lisl Gaal this past semester and thought that it was really helpful. It has a bunch of examples and proofs. More importantly, it leaves a lot to the reader, but has blanks for the reader to fill in as they go. Obviously I could pick up any textbook that is super brief, but I like being able to "complete" the textbook as I go.
So I was wondering if there were any other textbooks structured like Gaal's (in any area)?