You Don’t Know JS (book series)
Free online: https://github.com/getify/You-Dont-Know-JS
I’m reading this now (on the 3rd book). It does a very thorough deep dive into JS.
The author is really good, and I like that the individual books are small and approachable. It does get a bit opinionated at times.
From the author of JQuery. Very readable, solid examples. Goes deep.
One of the best introductions to programming/JS I’ve read. Very well put together and the online version has runnable examples.
I haven’t made it all the way through this one, but my impression is that introductory chapters are the most valuable
Free Online: https://github.com/MostlyAdequate/mostly-adequate-guide
This book isn’t really for beginners. I’ve been tackling this just a little bit at a time for the last 6 months or so.
If you want to learn functional programming in JS, this is the best guide I know of.
Clean Code (NOT JS specific)
I always recommend this (non-JS-specific) one to people too — definitely the most influential book to my programming style that I’ve read. Might not be super helpful in actually getting a job, but it will definitely make you better at it once you get one.