I love me some drum books! I have a LOT of them. So much so, that I had to kinda stop buying them because I was purchasing more than I was practicing...!
Stick Control, by George Stone is basically required reading. You can spend your entire drumming career in this book.
(Progressive Steps to) Syncopation, by Ted Reed has ~10 page section that I will be working on for the rest of my life. It has infinite practice applications that you can develop, I seem to stumble on new ones all the time.
Master Studies (I & II), by Joe Morello. I recently bought the 2nd book, got maybe two pages in before I had to put it down and vigorously practice the first book! Notable exercises include the "Stone Killer" and fill-in studies.
These are just what I would consider staples that every drummer should have. I am also a big fan of the Wilcoxon books, "Portraits in Rhythm" by A. Cirone, and another possibly out-of-print gem "The Complete Book of Modern Drumming" by Norman Grossman... I think thats the title.
Also for drumset, "Future Sounds" David Garibaldi, "New Breed" Gary Chester, the Jim Chapin book, the Jim Riley books, and, for the truly academic, the Jack DeJohnette book. That thing is ridiculous.
Thumbs up for the book buying addictive one.
I got myself stick control for Christmas, can't wait.