I've heard a lot about the Rosetta Stone program for learning languages. I think it's pretty expensive though. Maybe try the public library for books and cds. It's helpful to have some kind of audio as well as the written language to learn from.
I'd recommend just watching german videos or tv. With the time you'll get used to the language and can also link certain words with what you've seen. That comes in handy especially if you'll have to be spontaneous e.g. in a conversation.
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