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Anthony c20,907 Points
I would follow the Treehouse full-stack track
After you take the first 3-4 JS courses there, I would read these books:
Then finish the full-stack track courses.
Then re-read the you don't know JS book again.
Then start building some applications and reading some other JS books:
Daniel Cudney4,515 Points
BUILD YOUR OWN APP
that is how you digest the information you learn.
You should have a portfolio of your work anyways.
freecodecamp.com and teamtreehouse.com are the best tools