The list author says: "Below is a list of Aerospace Engineering textbooks I have used most throughout my college career. I try to provide a review of each book from my perspective (average student). I plan to add more as I go along."
"Hands down, the best introductory book for aerospace engineering. The author makes every topic interesting (hard to do with, say, stability) and provides some history behind each topic. Anderson is, by far, one of the best authors in the subject."
"THE reference textbook for engineering math. The Kreyszig book is also good but is also at a much higher price point. This book (along with its companion, "Advanced Engineering Mathematics") includes step-by-step sections on almost every imaginable math topic in engineering."
"A great overall book on stability and control. The text starts off with the basics and then gradually moves on to more intensive topics. Plenty of examples are shown throughout the text. Also, the book includes a review on linear algebra that is better than most math texts."
"This book is exactly what is says - an introduction. It's a great place to start on the topic but won't help you much as you get into more advanced aerospace courses. The plentiful examples and material tables in the back are a big plus."