Everything investing can be found on Investopedia. The information on that website you can use to become rich.
For entrepreneurship idk lol there's a ton of trash self-help books that pretty much tell you to take a good amount of risk and open up any type of business to get a feel on how one operates.
Sooo for entrepreneurship I say just jump into it and get your feet wet. Make mistakes and then fix them.
There really aren't any. Entrepreneurship and Investing are in a sense meaningless terms. They are too broad to codify.
It's even broader than asking something like, "what's a good book on furniture?"
Well, what kind of furniture? Are you building furniture? Designing? Restoring? Exporting? Importing? Flipping? What style? What materials?What era?
Unfortunately there is no book out there that will tell you what do. The good news is you already know what to do, don't you? You objectively know how to be successful. You know what successful people do.
You have to decide what niche you want to get into, study it, and implement.
I'd suggest figuring out what you want to do day in and day out and going after it. Find books in that specific area and read.
As for more general works, here's a few I read: Entrepreneur Revolution, Entrepreneur - How to Start an Online Business, The Lean Startup, How to Win.
how about try learning while you do