Hello PF group. Long time reader, first time poster. Can someone please make some recommendations for a good classical physics text book, particularity suited to self-learning classical physics? I'd also like the recommendation to not be calculus based. My preferences are for something comprehensive, with many examples and practice exercises, since I would be studying and evaluated my performance on my own. Subjects to be included: Newton's Laws Conservation Laws Applications of Newtonian Mechanics Thermodynamics Waves and Optics Electricity and Magnetism I'm decently versed on all the above topics, I'd just like something to review to solidify my skills before I start my university course. Any input would be appreciated. Thank you.