Here's a treat for you: An hour-long television program on statistics.
Wait! Don't run away! First, it's a BBC production: excellent production values, good pacing, great footage. Also, the host, Hans Rosling, is exceedingly energetic, engaging and entertaining as he euphorically enthuses about how statistics can describe our world. This is easily worth one hour of your time. I've never liked statistics as a student, and I watched this straight through.
For a quick taste to see what you're in for, take a look at Rosling when he describes 200 years of the world in four minutes.
Update: changed the first link; now it hopefully works for everyone.