OT books

In a random browsing of amazon, I came across this list of "Important Books for EVERY Occupational Scientist." Odd anyway, since there aren't a lot of OT lists, but the author of this is Charles Christiansen, well-known OT author and also the new executive director of AOTF. Admittedly, I've read none of these books, though I did make an attempt at Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance a few years ago. But I thought that I would share what made his list with my fellow OTs.

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