I don't know of any printed materials specifically. However, here's a quick translator:
1) In Access you have forms and reports. In FileMaker, you have layouts.
2) In Access, you have queries. No such animal in FileMaker; you operate from a Relationships Graph that operates like a hybrid between an ERD and a query engine. You also have the Find operation, which is client-specific.
3) Speaking of Find, in Access, you would typically assemble a query for everything. In FileMaker, this is most often done with a Find Request (although you can use the new ExecuteSQL function to perform a SQL query).
Hope that helps. If you have a specific question, I'm sure someone will be willing to chime in and give you an answer.
Most of the FMP training materials will discuss, if not exactly from an Access point of view, at least from generic database terms. I would just recommend taking in as much as you can. The FileMaker Training Series (FTS) is a great resource. The stuff on Lynda.com is great too. If you are familiar with database basics, you should be fine. You will run into some things that drive you nuts because you are so used to doing a task a certain way, and FMP will seem like many more steps. But when you really start to learn it, you will see the power of the full solutions you can easily build with FMP.
Good luck and welcome to the community!