Treewidth and pathwidth are popular parameters, measuring the closeness of a graph to a tree or a path, respectively. Indeed, it seems treewidth is so popular it is featured in many papers, books, and lecture notes that give (even very gentle) introductions to the algorithmic aspects of treewidth (see e.g. the Downey & Fellows book). Typically, these resources explain how some NP-hard problem (e.g. independent set) is solved in polynomial time through dynamic programming on a tree decomposition.
However, it is sometimes the case a graph problem remains NP-complete for both bounded treewidth and bounded pathwidth graphs. But such hardness results don't imply hardness for bounded tree-depth, which informally measures the closeness to a star.
It seems fair to say tree-depth is not as widely known as treewidth. For someone wanting to learn more about algorithms parameterizing by tree-depth, are there (similarly to treewidth) some nice resources available for learning how such algorithms perhaps typically work?