If you want a book that covers the very basics, with the math and worked examples to give you confidence, I would recommend Quantum Mechanics Demystified by McMahon.
He tries to show you by doing the calculations, possibly at the expense of providing physical intuition. But if you want to learn the basics of Dirac notation over a long weekend, this is the book.
My only real complaint with this book is the number of typos, basically it was never edited, or it seems that way, but it keeps you alert. My own copy is full of handwritten corrections.
The other book I found useful was by Richard Robinett: Quantum Mechanics: Classical Results, Modern Systems, and Visualized Example, which covers more ground than McMahon, but also provides plenty of questions. There is a solution manual, but trying to get it can be awkward if you are not using it on a regular course.
The last book is the old standby: Schaums, Quantum Mechanics, which gives a 4 page summary of each of the main aspects of basic Quantum Mechanics and then does 10 to 15 worked examples.
If you look at the table of contents on Amazon for each book, you will see which suits you.
An online course, with a free e book, is given James Binney of Oxford, which is on YouTube. Leonard Susskind also has a 14 part Q.M course for beginners on YouTube.