Quantum interpretations is the most controversial aspect of quantum mechanics (QM). Many feel that such controversial stuff should not be thought in general QM textbooks. Nevertheless, a large number of general QM textbooks contain relatively large sections or chapters on such controversial interpretative issues. Here I make a list of all such textbooks I am aware, in a chronological order. I do not list monographs specialized in interpretative issues. I only list general QM textbooks which are supposed to teach all basic aspects of QM which every student of physics is supposed to learn, but, as a part of that general goal, are not ashamed of including a decent discussion of the interpretative issues. D. Bohm, Quantum Theory (1951) A. Sudbery, Quantum Mechanics and the Particles of Nature (1986) A. Galindo, P. Pascual, Quantum Mechanics I (1990) P.J.E. Peebles, Quantum Mechanics (1992) A. Goswami, Quantum Mechanics (1997) L.E. Ballentine, Quntum Mechanics: A Modern Development (1998) B.H. Bransden, C.J. Joachain, Quantum Mechanics (2000) A.I.M. Rae, Quantum Mechanics (2002) J.-L. Basdevant, J. Dalibard, Quantum Mechanics (2002) S. Gasiorowicz, Quantum Physics (3rd edition) (2003) K. Gottfried, T.-M. Yan, Quantum Mechanics: Fundamentals (2nd edition) (2003) D.J. Griffiths, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (2nd edition) (2005) F. Schwabl, Quantum Mechanics (2007) G.E. Bowman, Essential Quantum Mechanics (2008) G. Auletta, M. Fortunato, G. Parisi, Quantum Mechanics (2009) V.S. Mathur, S. Singh, Concepts in Quantum Mechanics (2009) V. Zelevinsky, Quantum Physics Volume 2 (2011) E.D. Commins, Quantum Mechanics: An Experimentalist's Approach (2014) J. Pade, Quantum Mechanics for Pedestrians (2 volumes) (2014) (Those two books contain several chapters of quantum foundations and interpretations.) S. Weinberg, Lectures on Quantum Mechanics (2015) J.-L. Basdevant, Lectures on Quantum Mechanics (2016) It's interesting to note that most of those books are written in the 21st century, and only two are written before 1990.