I've used "The Definitive Guide to SQLite" and have been pretty happy with
it.  I've probably learned more from this list and StackOverflow though.

On Thu, 10 Aug 2017 at 06:29 Lars Frederiksen <lars...@dadlnet.dk> wrote:

> Thank you for all your advices concerning books about SQLite. I will have
> a closer look!
>
> Lars
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> På vegne af Nico Williams
> Sendt: 9. august 2017 22:19
> Til: SQLite mailing list
> Emne: Re: [sqlite] Tutorials, books, video about SQLite
>
> By far the best generic SQL book, IMO, is the O'Reilly "SQL" Pocket
> Guide.  It's very small and yet fairly comprehensive.  It covers Oracle,
> DB2, SQL Server, and MySQL.  But it's very general and brief, and
> everything it has to teach you is generally applicable to PostgreSQL and
> SQLite3.
>
> Nico
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