The best way to learn Tarot is by using a variety of resources. While daily practice and study is important, you will also find it helpful to read books, watch videos, visit tarot blogs, and take classes. Here are some resources:
I adore this book: Rachel Pollack Tarot Wisdom; Spiritual Teachings and Deeper Meanings
Any book by Mary Greer, I like Tarot Reversals and Understanding the Tarot Court. The Tarot Reversals is a great source book, as it gives both upright and reversed card meanings.
Any book by Anthony Louis (Tarot Plain and Simple is a great book)
Elisabeth Haich Wisdom of the Tarot (this book focuses on the Major Arcana).
Arthur Edward Waite The Pictorial Key to the Tarot
Joseph Konraad The Numerology Key to the Tarot
Eden Gray, A Complete Guide to the Tarot
Paul Huson’s books
Tarot Readings by Kate
You will notice during your studies that while the traditional meanings of Tarot cards are similar, many people have their own spin on card meanings. Also, people’s approach to reading tarot can vary widely. What’s important is that you filter through the information out there, and synthesize it into a blend that works best for you. No one will read Tarot just like you, and that’s a good thing!