It was a toss-up between one star and two. One won.
Of course it's true that if you're a beginner, then the stuff in this book is too difficult for you, therefore it's intermediate, but the stuff in this book is very badly taught. The lessons are too short and lacking in content, and its biggest problem is that it ignores left-hand fingerings, which for thirds and sixths, for example, is pretty important. A guitar teacher would consider this technique to be the most important thing of all, and so it should be on uke. The lists of scales without fingerings are a typical space-filler in a book such as this. They don't really belong and frankly are a disaster, reducing it all to (poor) music theory, rather than uke lessons. One page of strumming rhythms is not enough. At the back there are a few pages of Hawaiian tunes for turn-around practice, and these are the only useful part of the book. I tore them out and threw the rest away.