Where to start?!
Fiddle Time Joggers: Up to Grade 1, only deals with 0-1-23-4 fingers.
FT Runners: covers 0-12-3-4 for Grade 1, then moves onto some G2 stuff.
FT Sprinters: the early stuff is needed for G2 standard, and I'm still using it post-G3 exam for consolidation of 3rd position & introducing 2nd.
I now prefer Violin Star to the first two, with books 1 & 2 ensuring that G1-standard material is covered thoroughly, and book 3 for lots of work in G2 keys. From there, I still move to Sprinters for G3.
Also useful at G3/4 stage are Position Changing For The Violin, Nifty Shifts, Tuneful Introduction To The Third Position, and other such books specifically intended for work on 3rd position.
Jazz, Blues & Ragtime goes down well with G3 players, and has some pieces of a G4+ level. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes is superb for plunging them into multiple position changes.
Solos For The Young Violinist: book 1 is very good for beginners who can already read music and who are old enough to have the attention span for longer pieces. Book 2 has some useful pieces around the G5-G6 level, but I tend to just dip into it.
Young Violinist's Repertoire: books 1 & 2 are good for grade 1 through to 3. Books 3 & 4 have a variety from G3 standard through to G5. I've never found it easy to pick out a logical progression from these pieces, though, so employ it as supplementary repertoire rather than as the only book to use. A similar story with Classical & Romantic Pieces, with the four books spanning approximately grades 2 to 6.
Technique Takes Off: superb for drilling technique from a good G3 standard right through to G6.
Bartok 44 Duos!! Starts off with little more than G1 requirements, but the last ones can challenge a G8 player despite still being in first position. They're also wonderfully enjoyable to explore in depth, fascinating little nuggets of creativity.
I'm sure there's plenty I've forgotten, of course....