Chapter eight will take you through printing of your photos, adding text to your layout, creating contact sheets and adding boarders to your prints. Chapter nine illustrates what it takes to get your photos to the web and what you should do before you ever start building your web gallery.
Chapter ten and eleven are delightful surprises, but this goes back to the thoughtfulness of the author. Chapter ten, "Wedding/Portrait Workflow" takes you inside what a working photographer would do using Adobe Lightroom. You start out at the shoot and work your way all the way to presenting the customer with their proof shots on the web. Similarly, chapter eleven, "Landscape Workflow" does the same for a landscape/nature photographer.
Would I recommend this book? Even if this were version eight of Adobe Lightroom, I think that this would be one of my recommendations, but since this is version one and the product is so new, I would have to say that The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Book is a must have.
One other note, if you find yourself entertained by Scott Kelby, you can keep up with him and all things Photoshop on his blog Photoshop Insider. Also a must read!
There is also an interactive sample of his The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Book.