Firstly, a good guide to learning the very basics of haskell is the first 6 chapters of learn you a haskell. While reading this, it is a very good idea to also be solving simple problems with what you know.
A good list of problems to try is the haskell 99 problems page. These start off very basic, and get more difficult as you go on. It is very good practice doing a lot of those, as they let you practice your skills in recursion and higher order functions. I would recommend skipping any problems that require randomness as that is a bit more difficult in haskell.