(This question was posted more than two years ago on math.stackexchange.com and, although there were some worthwhile answers, none actually answered the question as phrased.)
Has anyone compiled a moderately comprehensive list on the web or elsewhere of textbooks on probability
For students who have not been introduced to the subject before
That introduce both discrete and continuous probability distributions and their cumulative distribution functions, and include things like the Poisson limit theorem, the central limit theorem (say the former with proof and the latter not necessarily), and
That perhaps cover the simplest stochastic processes like the Poisson process or infinite sequences of Bernoulli trials?
Experience using these texts and a short description of how it went would also be welcome.