25 eBooks to Start Your Summer: Learn about coding, grant writing, climate emergencies, and more

This June we added 25 eBooks to our digital shelves, and there’s something for everyone no matter your interest. Topics covered include typography, occupational therapy, architecture, drug policy, digital health literacy, and more. Check out the list below or browse the complete eBook collection here (East Falls/Gutman) and here (Center City/Scott).

The Beautiful Cure: The Revolution in Immunology and What It Means for your Health

The Architecture of Ruins: Designs on the Past, Present and Future

The Art of Coding: The Language of Drawing, Graphics, and Animation

The Art of Type and Typography: Explorations in Use and Practice

The Dangers of Fashion: Towards Ethical and Sustainable Solutions

Drug Policy and the Public Good

The Feelings Artbook: Promoting Emotional Literacy Through Drawing

The Great Fashion Designers: From Chanel to McQueen, the Names that Made Fashion History

The Hidden Power of Systems Thinking: Governance in a Climate Emergency

The Legend of Veronica in Early Modern Art

Occupational Therapy in Mental Health: A Vision for Participation

The Precarious Generation: A Political Economy of Young People

Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Your Questions Answered

Smith, Currie & Hancock’s Common Sense Construction Law: A Practical Guide for the Construction Professional

Social Support and Health in the Digital Age

Start-Ups, Pivots and Pop-Ups: How to Succeed by Creating Your Own Business

Successful Grant Writing: Strategies for Health and Human Service Professionals

Switch & Knit Stitch Dictionary

Systems Thinking for a Turbulent World: A Search for New Perspectives

Thinking the Sculpture Garden: Art, Plant, Landscape

Typographies of Performance in Early Modern England

Typography and Modern Graphics: The ‘Reading-Image’

Underexplored Medicinal Plants from Sub-Saharan Africa: Plants with Therapeutic Potential Harm for Human Health  

We Are Not Users: Dialogues, Diversity, and Design

Whitewash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer, and the Corruption of Science