I didn't really see much using that search term. In making a number of posts related new user issues I received some good suggestions. Of course what is relevant are the items that go beyond the information in the help center.
I put them in an answer here to match the Q&A format. I still need to add the links recommended in those posts and pages, add any recommendations here and clean it up.
Does this already exist but not using the term "recommended reading?" For example, Should the FAQ simply have a new user section?
If a new users recommended read list should exist here, what should be added to the list below?
Should this new users list also have a list of topics? I.E. One for duplicate questions, one for voting, one for question quality.
Thanks, I thought something should at least exist with "recommended reading" in the title which could of course link to another post. I am really ambivalent here.
The FAQ is comprehensive and is THE recommended list for new users really. In doing a search, this post actually bumped the FAQ down one position whereas I think FAQ should be the first result.
On the other hand, I don't know when users change the FAQ, how often the changes are accepted, and if they should have a separate place to make their own recommendations specific to new users.
Difficult, See Cody Gray's comment below and I also quote: "The FAQ for Stack Exchange sites is under our (ordinary users) control, it's our responsibility to edit it. – Sha Wiz Dow Ard"