You may pre-order Gordon Kane's book, Supersymmetry and Beyond, that will be released on May 14th. It has about 200 pages, a foreword by Edward Witten, a glossary, and recommendations from Brian Greene and David Gross.
An appendix discusses the prediction of the Higgs mass from compactified string theory.
Chapters of the book introduce you to the contemporary physics, the Standard Model, its known elementary particles and their hypothetical superpartners.
But you also learn why physics is the easiest science – and, which is related, what is the effective field theory. Supersymmetry is presented as a spacetime symmetry. It is clarified what it means to break it. Special chapters are dedicated to the experimental search for supersymmetry, string/M-theory, the Higgs physics, and potential boundaries of physics.