On a less academic note, "**The Green-Eyed Dragons and Other Mathematical Monsters**" (by David Morin) is a great text with a major stats/probability section. Great puzzles that commonly employ stats/probability tricks that help illustrate paradoxes and head-scratchers.

Also, "**Statistics Done Wrong**" (by Alex Reinhart) is a good source of information about common statistics misunderstandings/pitfalls. (What a p-value isn't, pseudoreplication, etc.)