Lounge - VB.Net book recommendations for beginners

Asked By Tom Wilson on 02-Nov-11 12:11 PM
My family has asked that I teach several family members how to program in VB.Net Windows Forms using online meetings.  I am a former VB.Net MVP (2007).  Does anyone have any recommendations of a good beginner's book?
Anoop S replied to Tom Wilson on 02-Nov-11 12:39 PM
Visual Basic .NET by example is a very good book for beginners
by Gabrial Oancea and Bob Donald, published by Que

some other

Books are listed by the first author's last name

Beginning Web Programming using VB.NET and Visual Studio .NET
by Daniel Cazzulino, et al

An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic .NET
by Dan Clark

Learning Visual Basic.NET Through Applications
by Clayton Crooks II

Programming and Problem Solving With Visual Basic .Net
VB.NET: A Laboratory Course

by Nell B. Dale (Editor)

Visual Basic .NET How to Program (2nd Edition)
by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel, Tem R. Nieto

Visual Basic .NET For Experienced Programmers
by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel

Programming Visual Basic .NET
by Dave Grundgeiger

Learning VB.NET
by Jesse Liberty

Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic .NET in 21 Days
Sams Teach Yourself More Visual Basic .NET in 21 Days

by Duncan Mackenzie, Kent Sharkey
by Lowell Mauer

Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials
by Karl Moore

Introduction to Visual Basic Using .NET
by Robert J. Oberg, Dana L. Wyatt

Beginning VB.NET (2nd Edition)
by Matthew Reynolds (Editor), et al

An Introduction to Programming with Visual Basic .Net
by David I. Schneider