Get a C++ primer book, then get used to C++ for a while, then get Effective C++.
Classes are the win.
I would recommend a specific C++ primer book, but I really don't know. I read one C++ book and it was terrible. I mostly learned by absorbing code from these forums, documentation... anywhere there was semi-reliable C++ code. Looking back it was a dumb way to go about it, but it worked.
Also, screenshot looks nice!
Oh, and you will also need a C++ design patterns book.