Good book (or resource in general) for making loaves/buns?
Hey all, so I had been making random youtube recipes for a little while and decided I wanted to get a bit more serious and picked up Ken Forkish's book as it came heavily recommended, however I now realize I didn't really understand what I was diving into and I have a better idea. While Forkish's recipes are cool and I've learned a lot from his book, I had my eyes more set on making the classic bâtards, rolls, buns, etc. than the DO styled breads (I also don't own a DO currently and in my area it's an investment that dwarves the other baking stuff I've invested in so far). I have a baking stone which I've been primarily been trying to use to fashion the FWSY recipes into baguettes, but it's not working out great for me currently some I'm wondering if there's some other book for me to consult.
So with that in mind, does anyone have any books or sites they'd recommend? I am not sure if the big ones that come recommended (FWSY, Bread Baker's Apprentice, Tartine Bread) focus on this type as well, and I'm not even sure how to ask what I'm trying to ask at this point ("bâtard" is a very new word for me).
Thank you for any help and recommendations!