A serie of 3 books. Excellent work to refer to anytime. You need to have basic knowledge of arabic though to follow and of course, tajweed needs to be learned with a teacher.
What I have liked about these books is that the author knows the problem that non arabic speaker face when learning tajweed and she has designed her books beautifully Mashallah to help us overcome any difficulties in understanding.
If you are thinking of learning tajweed, then go for these 3 books.
You can buy them from any good online islamic bookshop or in the high street. The first one is often sold out, I have found.
The books are rated 5 stars on simply islam.
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This book explains the articulation points of the Arabic letters, the rules of noon saakinah, meem saakinah, and lam saakinah. It explains all of the different lengthenings(mudood) and how voweled/non-voweled letters are formed. The qalqalah mechanism is explained in the last chapter. Terms are introduced in Arabic and then translated into English. Explanantions are done in English but with intergration of the Arabic terms as they are learned.