Building a Masonic Library
Every Mason should have a good, solid library of books on Masonry. With all the books that are available, it can be hard and expensive to find the right ones. The Grand Lodge Education Committee has read and recommends these books as the "must have" basics for starting a Masonic Library. They have been divided into three categories to assist you in deciding your level of interest.
Freemasonry for Dummies; Christopher Hodapp
Born in Blood; John J. Robinson
A Pilgrim's Path; John J. Robinson
Is It True What They Say About Freemasonry?; Art deHoyos & S. Brent Morris
Masonic Information Center; http://www.msana.com/pubmic.asp
The Freemasons; Jasper Ridley
Black Square and Compass; Joseph A. Walkes, Jr.
Philosophy for Dummies; Tom Morris, Ph.D.
The Mystic Tie; Allen E. Roberts
The Art of Memory; Frances A. Yates
Living the Enlightenment; Margaret C. Jacob
Freemasonry and the Birth of Modern Science; Robert Lomas
Revolutionary Brotherhood; Steven C. Bullock
Each year since 2000, the Grand Lodge Education Committee has researched and recommened several books at the Education Breakfast at Annual Communication. The link below will provide a list of all the books by year. These books will make a great addition to the Library suggested above.