Here's a list of books on random subjects. (mostly about disordered people) Yay!
Eat to Live by Joel Fuhrman - a book promoting vegetarian/veganism, not horribly triggering b/c the foods listed are all extremely healthy. Comes with a few recipes, although no cooking instructions (huh). Good for general knowledge of healthy eating.
Halfway House by Katharine Noel - a fiction book about a 17 year old that has bipolar disorder, goes nuts, and struggles to be normal.
Wasted by Marya Hornbacher - a personal favorite eating disorders novel, vividly descriptive and practically provides step-by-step instructions for the eating disordered.
Second Star to the Right by Deborah Hautzig - a work of fiction based on the author's life with anorexia.
The Book of Qualities by J. Ruth Gendler - this small book was published in 1984. It is simply a book of qualities that people may have or experience. It's interesting cause each page introduces you to a quality as though the quality were a person. (it's somewhat similar to personifying Ana or Mia) This has been helpful for me in identifying certain qualities within myself. Examples of qualities presented are: fear, power, beauty, competition, change, pain, charm. Every few pages there is an illustration of this "person".
Augusten Burroughs has written several books, sorts of memoirs. It's a good read if you want to hear a guy's quirky take on his messed up childhood and simply queer life.
Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson - a fictional book about a girl with anorexia/obsessions, published in 2009. Simply fantastic. Anderson stays very true to the eating disordered, while neither promoting nor condoning the lifestyle.
The Best Little Girl in the World - this book disappointed me, perhaps because it was written from the doctor's perspective, and because Kessa was not an individual, but a composite of cases the doctor had treated. It was frankly, boring to read.