Mark Beck Quantum Mechanics Theory and Experiment, might be the best QM book there is. Can also try two very short books by Valerio Scarani (aimed at, mainly, high school students) Quantum Physics: A First Encounter: Interference, Entanglement, and Reality, and, Six Quantum Pieces: A First Course in Quantum Physics. All three books are modern: instead of stressing free particle(s) in a box and the Bohr's atom, they emphasize one particle interference, entanglement, local realism, quantum teleportation. Dr. Beck's book describes quantum optics labs that his undergraduate students really performed, to test single-photon interference, violation of local realism, etc.