C++11 concurrency: tutorials, reading resources?

Hello I need some idiot-proof tutorials or books on the topic of concurrency in C++11 and later. The C++ Tutorial on this site doesn't even cover this and easily digestible information is scarce from what I found so far[1][2][3].

By "digestible" I mean not burdened with technicalities, C++ arcana and overcomplicated examples but rather a simplified set of guidelines: Do's, Do Not's, pitfalls and common mistakes, that are specific to C++ in that they also describe how the libraries interact and are meant to be used (chrono, thread, atomic etc).

[1] https://isocpp.org/wiki/faq/cpp11-library-concurrency
[2] https://isocpp.org/files/papers/5-Tour-Util.pdf
[3] http://www.stroustrup.com/C++11FAQ.html#std-threads
Bump, do you have suggestions for tutorials or books aside for the above links?
And if the site staff is reading this I warmly suggest such a tutorial be written as part of the C++ Tutorial on this site.
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