"A General Topology Workbook" presents elementary general topology in an unconventional way. Highly influenced by the legendary ideas of R.L. Moore, the author has taught several generations of mathematics students with these materials, proving again the usefulness and stimulation of the Moore method. The first part of the book gives a quick review of the basic definitions of the subject, interspersed with a large number of exercises, some of which are described as theorems. The second part contains complete solutions and complete proofs, providing students the opportunity to explore the details of solution and proof in comparison with what they have devised themselves. The book could be used for a moderately paced, one semester, upper division general topology course devoted to this method.