Rabbits Road Institute Library is a collection of books nominated by friends and collaborators of the Institute. It is a usable library, and an artwork by The Alternative School of Economics. The library is reference only and can be accessed during public events or by appointment.

The Library was put together by artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck, who work together as The Alternative School of Economics, and who established Rabbits Road Institute in 2015.

Full book database in progress.

Constructing Bangladesh: Religion, Ethnicity, and Language in an Islamic Nation by Sufia M. Uddin
Nominated by Turin Afroze
Bangladeshi Curry Cookbook by Siddiqua Kabir
Donated by Julie Begum, selected by the ASE
England People Very Nice by Richard Bean
Donated by Julie Begum, selected by the ASE
Finding a Voice: Asian Women in Britain by Amrit Wilson
Donated by Julie Begum, selected by the ASE
People, Churches and Multi-Racial Projects by Tony Holden
Nominated by Paul Chelliah: "Rev Tony Holden enabled me to
The Rebellious Life of Miss Rosa Parks by Jeanne Theoharris
Nominated by Lilly Francis
I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban by Christina Lamb and Malala Yousafzai
Nominated by Julia McCarthy
Asians in Britain by Rozina Visram
Donated by Julie Begum, selected by The Alternative School of Economics
The Cosmopolitans by Sarah Shulman
Nominated by Laura Guy