Not sure about books. But congratulations on having the courage to take your child's education into your own hands. You will save him further emotional scars. Your biggest challenge will be to find him an appropriate curriculum to follow, or at least a method of learning that best matches his needs, abilities, and goals. You will be giving him the chance to excel and achieve his personal best. I home school a child who has different learning needs and it is a challenge. You can't just pick a curriculum and put them to work, it has to fit them. And it is hard to re evaluate your educational goals continuously, but you know, that isn't just for kids with special needs it's for all kids. They are all different and they ALL have special learning needs. So that is the advice I have for you. I am an old woman with 5 children, three got battered through the public school system and I am home schooling the last two. The biggest challenge is changing YOUR expectations of what is best for your child, of adapting, of being flexible with goal setting, of not nailing your child to a packaged curriculum if it isn't working for him. Good luck. And congratulations again for rescuing your child. I sacrificed three to the public schools and will regret it forever, the emotional scars are pretty deep and they graduated almost illiterate. You are doing the right thing.