I know there are some great books out there, but I don't have any of them. I am sure you will get some good suggestions, though.
Here are some of the quick foods my one year olds liked. They are not all finger foods but are easy to prepare and eat nontheless:
-melons, banana, grapes & berries (quarter them) apples (thinly sliced)
-organic beans; chick peas, soy & kidney beans
-peas, potatoes and other soft cooked veggies
-soup (love Amy's canned organic Lentil)
-noodles (elbows work well) with butter, red sauce, tahini, Bragg's liquid aminos, cheese, etc. Try spelt or whole wheat pasta - let them develop a taste for it while they are young!
-whole grain crackers and cereal; pancakes, waffles, toast cut in small pieces
-tofu, seasoned & fried or baked
-brown rice, refried beans, etc. mixed together and served with a spoon
I always tried to cook extra and cut up the leftovers in toddler-safe portions before storing. That way, I could just reach into the fridge and pull out the food already prepared. Good Luck!