|Title||Teach Yourself Database Programming with Delphi in 21 Days|
|Author||Nathan and Ori Gurewich|
This book contains 21 chapters (no bonus days) that all focus on the database aspects of Delphi; from fields and tables to calculated fields, data entry forms, queries and topics such as storing multimedia in your tables.
Unlike any other Delphi book I've seen, there is a substantial amount of space (3 days) spent on ReportSmith; the authors actually seem to like it (also something I haven't heard often).
The book consists of 550 pages, divided into 21 "days", although the relative low technical level of the days make it possible for anyone but a beginner to work through the book in hours rather than days.
If you haven't worked with the data-aware stuff of Delphi, and want to learn them step-by-step, then this book might be some help.
-- Bob Swart