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Books We Read: Outbreaks

Book recommendations for recreational reading using Rutgers University Libraries

Reading in Covid times

During difficult times, books can distract us from the daily worries, whether they result from news and advice bombarding us with details about the latest scare. With travel plans changed, staying home instead of having fun might feel like isolation, quarantine, or even the end of the world for some. Well, it isn't. Below are a few titles that can help you break out, put a missed vacation trip into perspective, or just divert your attention, as you immerse yourself in a story. 

Public Health Non-Fiction

Classics

Popular

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