To me this was the most fun time, all the learning. Don't be overwhelmed, it could easily happen with all the options that are out there today. You will figure out what is best for you in time. In the mean time enjoy.
Here are some other slightly different ideas to refeeki's
1. 5 & (30 minute epoxy)
2. Thin and medium CA glues (and accelerator).
3. Enjoy peeling the CA glue off your finger tips like we used to do with the old Duco cement (old timers will remember) or the UHU glue.
4. Retractable utility knifes two sizes. (I use an Exacto knife with a #11 blade most of the time.)
5. Sanding paper & bars 2 sizes. (Sanding blocks are ok, usually use 80 grit and 160 grit for starters.)
6. Good grade sealing iron (perhaps a Top Flite, the air gun can wait.)
(7. I use Titebond II as much as possible. It is a slow drying glue you can get at a hardware store, less costly than the CA's. CA's have their place as well.)