New Theme: Galbraith Color

Variation on the Galbraith Theme, with a bit of color. Named for John Kenneth Galbraith, this classic, conservative theme is suitable for serious nonfiction, academic nonfiction, and literary fiction.

Galbraith uses a one serif font, different in PDF and EPUB outputs:

  • Crimson [PDF] (by  Sebastian Kosch)
  • Baskerville [ebook]

Genres: Fiction, nonfiction, serious.

DOWNLOAD AN EXAMPLE:

Beyond Good and Evil, by Friedrich Nietzsche.

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!).

NOTE: as with all PressBooks themes, there will be differences between presentation on various devices, and platforms due to different support for various styling elements.

PDF for Print or Print-on-Demand

Galbraith Color PDF 1
Galbraith Color PDF 1
Galbraith Color PDF 3
Galbraith Color PDF 3
Galbraith Color PDF 2
Galbraith Color PDF 2

EPUB for iBooks, Kobo, Nook

Galbraith Color iBooks EPUB
Galbraith Color iBooks EPUB

Kindle

Kindle Fire
Kindle Fire
Galbraith Color Kindle Paperwhite
Galbraith Color Kindle Paperwhite

 

Like the looks of the Galbraith Color 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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