Below is a list of of textbooks that are suitable for a traditional circuits class. They range from decent to very good.
If you are on-campus ISU student, you might consider wandering up to the EE/CprE section of the library and looking over some of the books available there. Generally speaking, the EE/CprE books are in the TK4 to TK8 section of the library, located on the 7th tier. (Of course, every university with an engineering school will have a enclave of EE books.) I know that looking at books in a library is extremely passe anymore, but I have spent many hours browsing through the books in various libraries, and I almost always find something useful or interesting.
- Electric Circuits by Nilsson and Riedel (12th edition, 2023).
This is the usual required text for EE 201. Nilsson was a long-time ISU EE professor, and many generations of EE/CprE students have learned circuits from Nilsson directly (including yours truly) or by using his books.
- Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis by Irwin and Nelms (12th edition, 2021).
- Fundamentals of Electric Circuits by Alexander and Sadiku (7th edition, 2021).
- Introduction to Electric Circuits by Dorf and Svoboda (9th edition, 2013).
- Engineering Circuit Analysis by Hayt, Kemmerly, Phillips, and Durbin (9th edition, 2019).