Here are some basic classical texts for the beginning student of knowledge (like myself).
1.) ‘Aqida: The Creed of the Imaam of Hadeeth al-Bukhari”; this book can be downloaded here: http://www.2shared.com/file/6011368/9723d525/Creed_Bukhari_Muhammad_bin_Ismaeel.html
A basic, concise and agreed upon text on ‘aqida from one of the Salaf and greatest imaams of hadeeth like the title says.
2.) Tajweed: Tuhfat ul-Atfaal / A Gift for Children; this book can be downloaded here (in Arabic and English): http://www.2shared.com/file/6011449/d75d91b4/tuhfetulatfal.html
A poem with the ahkam and qawa’id of tajweed.
3.) Arabic grammar: “al-Ajurumiyyah”; this book can be downloaded here: http://www.2shared.com/file/6011473/1ca52b69/Al-Ajurumiyyah20English.html
Your knowledge of Arabic and grammar starts with this book, all the ‘ulama know and use it.
4.) Fiqh: al-Wajeez (in short) or in English “The Concise Presentation of the Fiqh of the Sunnah and the Noble Book” by shaykh Badawi. I have mentioned this book before in my post on Fiqh us-Sunnah. It provides sound proofs from the Qur’an and Sunnah and gives many references to other books; for the hadith-checking shaykh al-Albani is the authority relied upon. Translated by Jamaal al-Din M. Zarabozo.
5.) Nooraniyyah, this book can be downloaded from this site: http://www.quranicsciences.com/index.asp?visitormonid=356821
6.) The Madinah Books Series (3) a course for learning the Arabic language, to be downloaded here: http://www.kalamullah.com/learning-arabic.html
7.) al-Qawl al-Ma’loof fi Sifaat ul-Huroof by shaykh Baysusi, which booklet / poem can be downloaded here: http://www.2shared.com/file/6514122/770d4cd0/al-Qawl_al-Ma_luf_fi_Sifaat_ul-Huroof.html
These books will really help the beginning student of knowledge a lot; several versions and translations of some of these books can be found on the internet. I have realized after a lot of reading the past couple of years I need to start all over again and go back to the basics. These books support me. I compiled this short list after following some lessons by brother Abu Taubah on: http://thefiks.org/elearning/ He teaches from these books and his lessons are in one word: MASHA’ALLAH. He also teaches tafseer and Arabic language in general and he is providing you with a good basis to build on if you continue to follow his lessons.
May these books benefit the one who reads and studies them.