If you're serious about binocular astronomy you'll want to get this book and probably Harrington's Touring the Universe Through Binoculars too (see my review of that book too). You may want to consider buying this book directly from Willman-Bell, since Amazon claims a 4-6 week wait time. Binocular Astronomy gives a good narrative account of the best binocular sights in the sky, well illustrated with beautiful black and white photos and excellent sky maps. In fact, the book contains the entire Tirion Bright Star Atlas, which sells for around $11 itself. One can easily photocopy that (oops, I hope that's not a copyright violation) and take it with him/her observing. Coupling these objects' descriptions with a sky map just makes it easier to find them.
Binocular Astronomy excels in its organization of the constellations by seasons (as opposed to alphabetically), choosing to discuss a limited number of objects (but discussing them thoroughly), including key statistics (magnitude, stellar type, distance, etc.) without overdoing it. The book is also hardbound and printed on thick durable paper, another plus.
Owning Binocular Astronomy is like having an experienced buddy, helping point you towards all the interesting things in our sky.
All in all, an incredible value.