I'm fairly new to functional programming but I am on my second reading of a couple of great titles: The Little MLer and Purely Functional Data Structures.
Both of these books contain code samples in Standard ML (SML) (the latter contains a Haskell appendix). Readers with a background in functional languages would have no problem translating from SML to OCaml and F# but for newcomers this can be a very complicated endeavor and it greatly detracts from the reading.
When I first read these books I failed to find any code examples in F# and I even struggled to find OCaml samples based on the books. In order to encourage newcomers to F# to take up a study of functional programming, I have started a project on Google Code to address this need. The project will host relative ports of code samples from various books.
I do not intend for the ports to be literal translations. There are, for instance, constructs in SML that simply aren't available in F#. But the samples should convey the spirit of the book even if they use different means to achieve that end.
If you have samples or suggestions, corrections, or improvements for the samples, please get in touch!