I love the Hal Leonard fingerpicking books because the songs sound great and are pretty easy to learn. The books include TAB, chords, and standard music notation. I like to learn the songs with the TAB, and then use the standard notation when I practice so that I don't lose my limited music reading skills. I also find very few inconsistencies between the TAB and notation in the Hal Leonard books, which is not the case in some of the other classical finger picking books I own.
This book assumes you'll know what to do with your right picking hand, there is no i-m-a fingering. That is my one suggestion for the publishers -- that they include a few suggested i-m-a fingerings at the start of the song, or, even better, show some of the common picking patterns used in the song for those of us who are still beginners trying to stretch into some more advanced material (the book calls itself an intermediate book).
The songs included are: Behind Blue Eyes, Best of My Love, Blowing in the Wind, The Boxer, Dust in the Wind, Helplessly Hoping, Hey Jude, In My Life, Learning To Fly, Leaving on a Jet Plante, Patience, Tears in Heaven, This Land is Your Land, Time in a Bottle, and You've Got a Friend.
That is about 50 cents a song, you can't go wrong with this collection.
I'll post a link to my YouTube site when I get a song from the book posted.