CSS books for your bookshelf
I wrote this post a while back. The content can still be relevant but the information I've linked to may not be available.
I am reading two excellent CSS books at the moment.
Firstly, CSS Mastery: Advanced Web Standards Solutions [website] by Andy Budd is written for anyone who is using CSS - but it is perhaps aimed more at the intermediate rather than beginner level. The chapter on 'Layout' is particularly clearly and concisely explained.
Secondly, Beginning CSS Web Development [website] by Simon Collison which covers just about everything you need to know about CSS. As such, it is aimed at the beginner as well as anyone who has been using cascading style sheets for a while.
Both books are clearly written and I have found them easy to follow. My only problem at the moment is finding time to completely read each book. If only clients wouldn't keep interrupting me with website work that they need doing by yesterday ;-)
[Ed: That's a joke by the way]