The ebook (PDF, no DRM) Graphing Public Library Benefits is an experimental supplement to Give Us a Dollar and We’ll Give You Back Four (2012-13). It’s a set of graphic equivalents to the tables in chapters 2-19 of that book–close to 600 in all–and it’s ebook-only because most of the graphs require multiple colors to work right.
I’ve said previously that, not only is there no DRM on the ebook, I’d be delighted if people passed it along–with the hope that readers will give me feedback (firstname.lastname@example.org) as to what works and what doesn’t, and whether the graphs add value to the book.
I’m taking one more step to make that feasible: The price for the ebook is now based on the title of the main book.
That includes shipping and handling (neither of which apply).
That price will continue indefinitely.
If you’re at all interested in how public libraries can use existing numbers to help make their case for improved (or at least sustained) funding, you may want to look at this and, of course, the original book.