In true newb form, I recently acquired the 5th edition of Turn Left at Orion, dropped everything and excitedly spent the next 3 hours poring over the introductory material (it didn't hurt that the weather in Tampa has been persistently overcast and rainy). It was smooth sailing until I arrived at the abbreviated seasonal charts and their finderscope views, which are incompatible with my true view Apertura AD8's finderscope. In other words, the finderscope views in the book are upside down; my finderscope sees the sky in its natural orientation (which, I gather is a nice upgrade from older model dobs). This was frustrating, because the finderscope views presented in the book are a great idea and resource (as a star-hopping launch point) for new enthusiasts like me still getting their sea legs and learning the night sky. Having trouble as it is conceptualizing celestial directions and coordinates in sky charts (for instance, Sky and Telescope's jumbo "Pocket" atlas, which is a wonderful reference whose technicality is still beyond my grasp), I'm wondering if there's another introductory book or resource the CN community would recommend to help me get oriented. Thanks!