I am currently working through the book on Young Tableaux by Fulton, and I find it a very nice read - in a prose ((Attention Nikolai: Do not touch this book.)) kind of way. As you might notice from the general sound of it, I am getting into representation theory. However, this book is more about the combinatorical aspects of the field. Since combinatorics is a very hands-on kind of math, I really think I should do a certain amount of exercises. I am only skimming through the book since ultimately, I want to get back to abstract nonsense really bad, but I will write down my solutions for any exercise I do ((I know that the book already contains "solutions", but I'd rather call them "hints".)) . Do you want to know more?