I can certainly recommend Paul Hewitt's book. he has a style of explanation above anything elese we have used. I managed to pick up a second hand copy (I live in the UK - I had to buy from the US). The only downside is that I didn't get access to the website that accompanies the book.
One other book useful for delving when you need to back up any teaching is Asimov's Undertsnding Physics, which, in his inimitable style, explains more of the mathematical side in a way that a non-mathematician like myself can followhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Understanding-Ph...42251467&sr=1-1
If you can you might also try and obtain a copy of Eureka on DVD. I know it used to be available on youtube. It is invaluable - I wish they had made another series.
Another great resource is "the way things work". the book is still available, but if you can get a copy of the DVD I highly recommend it:http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Way-Things-W...42251264&sr=1-1
One last one - Physics for superheroeshttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Physics-Superher...42251374&sr=1-1
some hate it - but I really took this book and the style of explanation. Might be my age