Ankhesenamun_1, I can easily side with Psusennes I on this. If there's one book on which you want to splurge, this is one of the best reference books you can have. As a docent I deal with some pretty tricky questions at our museum (you never know what people might ask), and lots of visitors have questions about Egyptian deities. I have read Wilkinson's The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt,
and have reread it, and have re-read it, and...well, you get the idea. I personally consider it an indispensable addition to the private library of anyone who's truly serious about learning about ancient Egypt.
And Ramsekh, I don't want to beat a dead horse, but I noticed the talk about your homeschooling. I used to be a public school teacher and had been "trained" to distrust homeschooling. I no longer believe that. I work with an awful lot of schoolkids at the Field Museum, and some of the brightest and most sincerely enthusiastic are the homeschooled kids. And they're some of my favorites.