If what you're hoping to do is learn to read music, rather than relying on Tabs, then I can recommend Frederick Noad's Solo Guitar Playing book 1. It's aim is to teach classical finger style, and I've just started using it. That isn't the finger style I want to play (more Mark Knopfler as well as older Rockabilly stuff), but learning solid technique is handy. But the book right away teaches musical notation, starting with the notes on the open strings and first 5 frets. Lots of exercises to help form the link between the notes you're seeing on the page, the name of the notes, and where they are on the fingerboard. I learned the flute 40 years ago, which is when I last read music, so some of this stuff I'm remembering rather than learning, but the connection with the guitar fretboard is new. As well as reading chords in notation. You can't play chords on a flute. Really recommend it. I've read pure music theory books, which are great, but this approach right from the first exercise is linking theory to what you're actually playing. Which I find helpful.