Here's what you'll see if you click over at the link HERE.... and three extra of my recommendations are below (and why)....
As for a few items I'd also include....just from my personal use and experience....(links for these are below)- I talk about these and use them at my workshops (among others)- April 26th-28th in Wilmington, NC is our next one! 3 Days Long!
1. Victorinox "Swiss Card" -It doesn't get any tinier when it comes to this one from Victorinox- YES, they're the makers of Swiss Army Knives- also immensely useful at home for odds, ends, and fixes, AND on the building/job site. This little credit card-like version, designed to fit in your wallet, is loaded with micro-tools. Naturally, its GREAT for tiny house dwellers as it doesn't take up much space at all! I love the look of 'em too- some great designing!
3. "Sheds"- well, aside from my own ("Humble Homes, Simple Shacks")- one out-of-print book that I think is GREAT for beginning carpenters is "Sheds", from the Creative Homeowners series. Its simple, well illustrated, and parallels so much of what you need to build a tiny house. 'Nuff said. The David and Jeanie Stiles Book/Version is also FANTASTIC- and cheaper actually- STILL IN PRINT TOO.
4. Angle Finder Tool- GREAT for finding rafter, and trim-work angles for your cuts. It eliminates the guess work, and its compact.
5. Stanley Fat Max Saw- Still one of my favorites, its not too expensive, and cuts VERY well.
And there are just a few recommendations, for what its worth....