I very seldom click on video links, I was getting concerned right up to the #2 pick. That one was my first "real" wood working book I purchased, actually it was loaned to me before I purchased my own, now have all of his plus the Leave Finger Prints by Gaffney, which for me was well worth the purchase.10 Books to Learn Woodworking
I'm sharing the top 10 woodworking books from the library I've built up over the past few decades. I hope you find this helpful and I've love to hear your feedback. Scott
I would add Greene & Greene by Darrell Peart and Michael Pekovich's How and Why, Christopher Schwartz,
The Anarchist Tool Chest also rates very high.
LOL! just finished reading David Pye The Nature and Art of Workmanship and think he could of saved about a 100 pages?