I'm a bit overwhelmed by all these posts. Thanks for your replies.
Although I've been listening to baroque/classical/romantic music for 15+ years now, I own no music books except:
the Oxford Companion to Music,
Bairstow's counterpoint/harmony book,
Walter Carroll's "First Lessons in Bach",
Schmitt's Op. 16,
Brown's scale/arpeggio book,
and the grade/level 1 repertoire & etude books of the Royal Conservatory (Canada).
I've always loved the Sonata as an idea of perfect balance, and hope to play one some day, like a Clementi.
As for wanting to study the Sonata form while only being in Grade/Level 1-2, just know that I like structures, forms, blueprints, and how beauty is applied to them. So please forgive my amateurishness. I can't afford to have private lessons before the next conservatory term begins in January, so I'm sitting in musical purgatory for a month and a week. One can't sit at the piano all day, as a beginner.
"Sonatainfsharp", you understand my intention. I like to see repetitions, so as to better understand how a piece, or a section, or even a phrase, works better. I get hopelessly lost without seeing patterns.
"Carey", thanks for the scribd links. Anything like that is helpful; not just wiki descriptions or google results, but something like that. Yes, I want to understand the expo-dev-recap form of the Sonata-Allegro movement better.