Long version: The title gives it away! — this is an annotated guide to logic books and other resources suitable for self-study, starting a step up from ‘baby logic’ and going though to quite advanced stuff. It is a PDF, now over 90 pp., formatted for onscreen reading, with a lot of live links.
The TYL page is the most visited page here on this site (with 70K visits last year), with the Guide getting thousands more visits too at its academia.edu location. So there is evidently more than enough interest in the Guide to make it well worthwhile maintaining it, and trying to improve it.
This new version is a ‘maintenance upgrade’. Its overall structure has been clarified by dividing it into three parts, some entries have been revised, and a few new recommendations added. But there are no new sections, and I haven’t found myself wanting to change many main recommendations this time. Have any stand-out books been published in the last three or four years which really ought to have shot to top of any reading list? As always, comments and suggestions are most welcome.