|Greetings Lori713 and Welcome!
I see (in the beginning of your post) that you are looking
for books related to Perl, Java, HTML, etc. Somewhere in
my digging around I found these links to a veritable compilation of books related to what you were looking for:
I thought that I would bring these to the forefront so that you could have easy access to them.
I am also partial to the O'Reilly "Animal Books" I have found everyone of their books that I have encountered to be quite useful so here is their main link:
Also... Take a look at Book Reviews and see what Perl Monks have to say about Perl related books.
Anyway good luck... I am certain that you will find your fellow Perl Monks to be a great resource! I know I have!
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