Books for Database & Creating Reports through Visual Studio.NET

I'm a newbie to the Visual Studio.NET area and have only been programming in Excel VBA for a about 4 months, so am an overall beginner to programming.

My job has now changed to building applications in VS using VB, which are heavily based on Databases and the interaction from the users on the data they want.

I really am looking for a book(s) which can take me through processes such as:
- overview of Database Programming
- filtering data based on certain inputs (comboboxes, checkboxes, etc)
- using this data to create graphs through VS

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Crystal reports

Pro VS 2005 Reporting using SQL Server and Crystal Reports
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