I just bought the Daily Ukulele for Baritone - Leap Year Edition. This book is listed as "sheet music" so I felt free to post about it here.
As you might expect, it has 366 songs. There are many songs that my older siblings listened to in the days of Motown (50s). There are songs by British bands and good ole' American rock 'n roll from the heyday of boy bands and electric guitar (60s - 80's). Some classic ukulele songs like Tiptoe Through the Tulips and many Hawaiian standards. Some songs are from horrifyingly outdated eras (40s) such that I'm surprised the political correctness police did not censor them. It does lack Christmas songs. But it has a comb binding which makes it easy to sit on the music stand!
It is a great "fake book" with the chord charts and melody lines with lyrics. Some of the listed chords are not quite correct - but then, the editors tried to make it easy for casual ukulele players. As for the chord voicings, there are a lot of 1st and 2nd inversions, as you might expect, due to the lack of the bass strings. So you just have to be careful not to overdrive the bass notes as they will often be the 3rd or 5th.
Overall, I like the book very much. I will probably buy the previous version of the "Daily Ukulele" even though it has only 365 songs!