I just purchased Allison Balter's Mastering Access 2002 Desktop Development, beats everything I have come across in terms of offering advanced insight without taking too much basic knowledge for granted. The book is number one of two - the other called A B's Mastering Access 2002 Enterprise development - which is where the DAP - Data Access Pages is covered - the Web development part of Access. Without having seen just that one, I think it would be worth a look.
(SamsPublishing.com, you will probably find it on Amazon)
Normally, I buy QUE Special Edition for Access litterature and other tech stuff, especially since that series (not only is well structured and contains excellent TOC+indexes etc. ) comes with the whole book on searcheable CD, which the one I mentioned above sadly does not.
Hope this helps.
(old original posting, I see, but still :-) )