New Theme: Lewis (for nonfiction and fiction)

The Lewis theme for PressBooks, which is a modern, understated theme, built especially for serious nonfiction books, but can handle fiction as well. It’s named for Canadian diplomat, Stephen Lewis, whose book of Massey Lectures, Race Against Time, chronicle his efforts against the AIDS epidemic in Africa.

The Lewis theme is a modern, understated theme, built especially for serious nonfiction, but can handle fiction as well.
Fonts used are:

NOTE: as with all PressBooks themes, there may be slight differences between presentation on various devices, and platforms.

You can download (free!) Bertrand Russell’s The Problems of Philosophy, as outputted from PressBooks using the Lewis Theme:
PDF | EPUB | MOBI | 3-file Zip

You can see some screenshots below. Head on over to PressBooks if you’d like to make a book like this (or drop us a line with questions!).

PDF for Print or Print on Demand

Lewis PDF 1
Lewis PDF 1
Lewis PDF 2
Lewis PDF 2
Lewis PDF 3
Lewis PDF 3
Lewis PDF 4
Lewis PDF 4

Ebook Outputs

Kindle Format (Mobi/KF8)

Lewis Kindle HD
Lewis Kindle HD
Lewis Kindle Paperwhite
Lewis Kindle Paperwhite

EPUB

Lewis iBooks
Lewis iBooks
Lewis Theme on Readmill
Lewis Theme on Readmill

Like the looks of the Lewis Theme? Head on over to PressBooks to make your book (PDF for print, EPUB and MOBI). Have questions or need help with PressBooks? Send us an email.

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