So I've been hoping to get into K Theory for a while now, and the book that I have been trying to use (and failing) has been Charles Weibel's book by that very title.
The book itself isn't bad, but it's not for the faint-hearted, and can appear quite dense and challenging to a relative newbie like me. As such, I was wondering if someone might be able to recommend a book or two or three or $n$ to help "ease" my way into Weibel. Something that touches upon the constructions he introduces in the first chapter--Picard groups, topological and algebraic vector bundles, Chern classes, etc.--but being more, well, easy for a newbie to process.
I look forward to your suggestions.