The resources I know of for beginning to learn about Perl 6 are
To which I'd like to add that on p6l somebody had asked for simple examples on "howto" do, say, task "x" in Perl6 and somebody else answered to just ask and that relevant examples would have been supplied on list. It must be said that this practice has not been practiced much...
More recently there's been some talking about something similar but more effective. Look up for "pleac" e.g. in http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl6.language/
UPDATE: wrt the above, see also Perl6 Cookbook.
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