Textbooks are inevitable components in many classroom instructions. Their quality is a determinant factor to bring about success of the instructions. In order to maintain their quality, they should be put to evaluation. However, little has been known from the materials evaluation research about whether or not our textbooks are pedagogically desirable to the context to which they are supposed. This book sought to contribute further to our understanding of language pedagogy contents through consideration of the eighth grade English for Ethiopia student textbook. The study employed an analytical framework to materials evaluation. First, it analyzed target situations and expectations based on the data collected from learners, teachers, classroom learning/teaching process, ministry English language expert, and textbook writing project director. Then, it analyzed the internal pedagogical nature of the textbook lessons. Finally, it drew the overall image on the desirability of the textbook by comparing and contrasting the results. Hopefully, this book is a valuable source for students, teachers, researchers, textbook writers, and language teacher trainers.