I'd bet Chris Hadfield would have some great insight on getting along with others when you don't really have a choice, and there's not much in the way of room, and handling it for months at a time.
I just finished reading Joe Jenkins' 4th edition of the Humanure Handbook, which was edited a lot compared to the 3rd edition I have. It reads much more like "a book" rather than "a research paper", and if you're into composting or reducing wasted water is a great read.
I just received a copy of 'Free Plants for Everyone' by David the Good, and will be reading that over the weekend. I'm thinking I should start buying the e-book versions of books and pick up a dedicated e-reader as a space saving option... I bought one for a friend who had a literal wall of books, and she ended up with 500+ books in the palm of her hand that she took everywhere. It needed charging maybe once a week after many hours of use.
For those into the swords and magic genre, Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series is a very impressive read. While he passed away before finishing the series, his wife hired another good writer who finished the last couple books. I believe there's a total of 14 books, and most are pretty large, like over 500 pages, so perhaps an option for next winter when you are stuck in the house for a long time.