Still, there are some good books out there. Let's start with the one book that Crockford does recommend:
The bible. Works as a reference book, pretty much the definitive one in fact, and also has good chapters on objects. Just buy it!
Then, of course, there's Crockford's own book:
This is a very different beast. It's short, at just over 150 pages, and it doesn't hang around on any one topic for too long. Reading it is like "bang, bang, bang" one tip after another, which can be a bit overwhelming. But nearly every tip's a diamond, so it's well worth sticking with it. I must have read through it four times now, and feel that I've still only scratched the surface of what's he's getting at. A perfect compliment to the Flanagan's Definitive Guide.
My last recommendation is:
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