This is a very incomplete list of the go books I own. They were originally organized by whether or not I had read them, but I didn't like that organization so I decided to scrap it and start again.
Kyu-dan ratings are in KGS rankings, and since I am only a 2k myself, some of the higher ratings are really just guesses.
* Cho Hun-hyeon's Lectures on Go Techniques
* 38 Basic Joseki * Attack and Defense * Basic Techniques of Go * Basic Tesuji? Volume 1 * Direction of Play * The Endgame * Five Hundred and One Tesuji Problems * Five Hundred and One Opening Problems * Fujisawa Tesuji Dictionary Volumes 1, 2, and 3 * Fundamental Principles of Go * In the Beginning * Ingenious Life and Death Puzzles Volumes 1 and 2 * Learn to Play Go Series ** Volume 1 30k-20k ** Volume 2 25k-18k ** Volume 3 25k-15k ** Volume 4 20k-12k ** Volume 5 20k-12k * Lessons in the Fundamentals of Go I have read this book twice and I see myself reading it at least once more. It provides a good overview of the basics with enough depth that it is a learning experience every time I read it. Kageyama's lighthearted writing style makes it easy to study even when one isn't feeling particularly studious. 12k - 3d ISBN: 4-906574-28-9 * Life and Death * Making Good Shape * One Thousand and One Life and Death Problems * Positional Judgement * Reducing Territorial Frameworks * Sabaki * Strategic Concepts of Go * Test your Go Strength * Tesuji * Tricks in Joseki
* Segoe Tesuji Dictionary Volumes 1, 2, and 3 ** ISBN: 4-416-70300-7 ** ISBN: 4-416-70301-5 ** ISBN: 4-416-70302-6