Here are the citations for the two books I acquired from the Buddhist temple.
Dhammananda, K. Sri. How to Live Without Fear & Worry. BMS Publications, 2001.
Thich, Thien-Tam, and Forrest G. Smith. Pure-Land Zen: Zen Pure-Land: Letters from Patriarch Yin Kuang. Amida Fellowship, 1995.
“The Origin of the Pali Canon.” Pali Canon Online. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 July 2017.
Though some of the Pali Canon is unavailable, this is still an impressive data base, and the origin story on its home page was very interesting.
“Access to Insight.” Access to Insight. N.p., 20 Dec. 2015. Web. 23 July 2017.
I think that, in my research in Buddhism, I will focus on Theravada Buddhism (The School of the Elders). It is the eldest form of Buddhism, and, if I go into the other schools, it would serve as a pretty good jumping-off point for understanding other forms.
This website has a lot of amazing information on Theravada Buddhism, which I will try to read.
Thank you for reading,