...Paperbacks are more trouble than worthwhile for eyestrain alone (yes, I have a better reading lamp than you have in your home or trailer)...
I feel for you on eyestrain. I have task lighting all over my house and wear trifocals. You would really benefit from reading e-books using an e-book reader. One of the advantages is you can adjust the font size displayed on the screen to any size you want or need. Most e-book formats will "wrap" text so each line will fit on the screen.
There is a site - paperbackswap.com where you sigh up, list he books you would like to get rid of. When someone requests one of yor books, you send it to them. If you are looking for a book , you request a book, and it is sent to you. It's a great way to trim down your collection without throwing the books away.
When we retired, we wound up with a house so much smaller that we literally have zero space for any more books. We're still unpacking books, but now when we open a box, for every book in it that we want to keep, we must pull a book off the shelf and give it away. Since I got the Kindle, it's been so much easier to let go of a hard copy book, when I know that I can reach out and get it on the Kindle if I do decide I want to read it once more.
I still have a nice collection of books that I won't give away. But they stay in the S&B. Only the Kindle and RV reference books go in L'Andante now. It is nice to re-read an entire series before starting the latest book in that series, and having them all on Kindle means I don't have to track down the physical copies. And we have at least three extra storage shelves we didn't have available when they were full of books.
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." -- Mahatma Gandhi
DOTL Spec. Alexander the Grrreat--tuxedo cat
Bobbi Socks--tuxedo kitten who's missing, but we're not giving up yet