Wayne Tourda / Custom Publishing Co. (1981)
Summary: This is a very basic technical manual, which describes a few basic waza, along with descriptions of kneeling, bowing, zazen, atemi, etc. The book is edited by David Dye Sensei, who also acts as Tourda Sensei's uke for the photographs. This pair collaborated later for a follow-up book, "Intermediate Aikido".
Wayne Tourda & Vincent McCullough / Fourth Edition edition, McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions (2009)
Summary: This book presents a collection of writings on Aikido and Yoga to students that are at an introductory level. It allows the students an opportunity to learn about the history, philosophy, and purpose of Aikido and Yoga as components of the science of kinesiology. In passing Assembly Bill 1725 and Title 5 of the California Education Code, the California State Legislature requires that all classes taught in the Community Colleges of the State of California must have a written component. This book satisfies that requirement for Aikido and Yoga within the Department of Kinesiology.
Wayne Tourda & David Dye / Aikido Federation of California (1982)
Summary: This book is basically a continuation of Tourda Sensei's earlier book "Basic Aikido". It may not be accurate to categorize this book as "intermediate", as the techniques discussed would be considered basic by most, but that is a subjective matter.