I am a junior in high school and I plan on being a physicist. I have begun self-studying physics because my classes bore me and physics interests me so much. I am curious about what books I should read. I am too poor, being only a high school student with no job, to afford the regular textbooks, so I have resorted to buying Dover books. These are the specific titles. Physics Classical Mechanics by Corben Principles of Electrodynamics by Schwartz Theoretical Physics by Joos Math Ordinary Differential Equations by Tenenbaum This is what I have for now. I understand that I will need to do lots of exercises, and I think that I will use Schaum's Outlines for that, and as many other exercises as I can find. Please tell me if there is anything of great importance that is left out of these books. Again, this is just for now. I plan on getting the regular textbooks in the future when I actually have the classes associated with them. I also plan on buying the Feynman Lectures on Physics in the near future to enhance my understanding of the concepts. Thanks in advance for any information.