I have featured many perspective drawing books on my blog before and this book from Tim Fisher is one of the better ones.
This book has a good coverage on the different aspects of perspective, eg zero point, one, two and three point perspective, how perspective affects things we see, people, shadows, skies, slopes and stairs. If you want to challenge yourself, there's also a section on curved (warped) perspective.
There are many visual examples and the instructions are clear and concise. There are also common mistakes to avoid.
This book serves as a good introduction as well as a quick reference book.
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