The C programming book is the "C Programming Language" by Brian W. Kernighan and Dennis M. Ritchie. I call it the book because the 2 authors are non other than
Title: C Programming Language, 2nd Edition
Authors: Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie
C standard: ANSI
The book gradually introduces you to all fundamentals of the C
language - from operators, expressions and variables to arrays,
functions, scope and pointers.
It also contains the official C language reference manual!
After every chapter you will have plenty(and I mean days worth) of exercises to practice. They can be done using the knowledge that was already introduced in the book. In fact, it could be a challenge for the experienced guys to solve the tasks with only that knowledge and not use functions from the standard library that you already know how to use.
The book does not provide the solutions to the exercises. So Clovis Tondo and Scott Gimpel dedicate an entire book where they present the answers with excellent explanations, code formatting and more.
However, "C programming language" is probably not the best place to start if you are new to computer programming and have no idea of data structures. This is more of an expert C programming book. This is a great place to start if you have some programming experience and you want to learn C or you want to expand your knowledge of the language.
The great news is that 1, 2 and 3 are easy to fix. If you are a beginner, consider the "C Programming Absolute Beginner's Guide" here's a review. Once you have experience you will better appreciate The C programming book :-)