Sometimes I use my blog so I don't forget stuff. This is what this post is.
I have been really pleased with the way our physics books have worked, one leading into the other; knowledge building on knowledge. Here are the books we've used, in the order we've read them, just so I don't forget. Please notice that some of the books are not physics books, but they are useful in the next stage of physics study, so you sort of need them to move to the next level.
I'll try to write more about some of these books later, but at least I have them written down now. Maybe they'll be useful to some of you, too.
Just one more thing. Only the first two of these are official AO books. I take the blame for the others.
Albert Einstein and the Theory of Relativity by Robert Cwiklik - Physics
Secrets of the Universe: Discovering the Universal Laws of Science by Paul Fleisher - Physics
The Mystery of the Periodic Table by Benjamin D. Wiker - Chemistry
Who Made the Moon? A Father Explores How Science and Faith Agree by Sigmund Brouwer -Christian old earth creation
The Search for Planet X by Tony Simon
The Wonder of Light: A Picture Story of How and Why We See by Hyman Ruchlis.
A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking -Cosmology and Space
How Did We Find Out About Black Holes? By Isaac Asimov - Astrophysics and Space