I don't know of truly good lower level undergraduate texts as most are interchangeable. I also don't know of great upper level classical or statistical mechanics texts or classical mechanics texts.

E&M: Introduction to Electrodynamics by Griffiths is a classic for E&M (advanced undergraduate) as is Classical Electrodynamics by Jackson (at the introductory graduate level).

QM: Principles of Quantum Mechanics (Shankar) and Modern Quantum Mechanics (Sakurai) are both excellent graduate level texts. I don't know a great undergraduate text (mainly, as much of QM isn't accessible until you have

graduate level mathematics). Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics by Mandel and Wolf covers classical optics (partial coherence) and quantum optics in a lot of depth. It's definitely an upper level graduate text though, and partial coherence is a very specialized topic.

I'm wary of writings for laypersons, since almost all examples I see oversimplify things to the point where they teach misleading ideas.