I actually did something similar, but I print (or scan and print) and put them in a binder so I can carry it around with me if I'm working on a project where I need the info.
I also have a copy of The Knitting Answer Book
and I showed it to my two knitters. They both ended up buying a copy. There's a lot of info in it that a brand new knitter may not especially use, but they both like it because it has clear diagrams and info on how to do the basic too. Plus it's a small book so it's handy to put in a knitting bag, and it's not too expensive. (About $10 new on Amazon).