A couple days ago the new fish books I ordered came in the mail and I am enjoying them thoroughly (great recommendations made by the kokos team!)
I got Fundamentals of Ornamental Fish Health (Edited by Helen Roberts)
and Fish Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment (by Edward Noga)
I have decided to start with the Roberts book. I don't have a ton of time to read for pleasure until the end of May, but I have started reading about 10-15 pages a night.
I am not a biology major in any sense so all of the concepts are quite new to me and google is my best friend for looking up unfamiliar terminology, but I love how technical the Roberts book is while still being accessible to my non-biologist brain. Our fish truly have amazing anatomy and physiology!
Anyway, if you can't tell I am totally geeking out on these books. Interestingly, much more so than I did when I got my Fancy Goldfish book (which is also a great book, but for some reason I am enjoying these ones much more).
I highly recommend both if you are looking for some summer reading!