These “Making Choices” books weren’t like a normal, front-to-back book. Instead, at the end of a section, which was usually a page long, you would find,
If you want to go do option A, turn to page 2
If you’d rather go off and do option B, turn to page 3.
and then you would turn to that page to continue the story. This brought out a level of interactivity that people didn’t usually have in their stories. You could do what you felt like doing, what you knew that you probably should do or sometimes there were odd third or even fourth choices.