There are two books describing the New Statistics:
Introduction to the New Statistics (September 2016)
Introduction to the New Statistics: Estimation, Open Science, and Beyond is a textbook designed to teach the estimation approach and Open Science practices to undergraduate and beginning graduate students. These pages are the blog for the book; the publisher’s website for the book is: https://www.routledge.com/Introduction-to-the-New-Statistics-Estimation-Open-Science-and-Beyond/Cumming-Calin-Jageman/p/book/9781138825529.
At that main website, click the Companion Website link to access a site with free download of the newest version of ESCI as well as many additional resources for students and instructors.
Cumming, G. & Calin-Jageman R.J. (2017). Introduction to the New Statistics: Estimation, Open Science, and Beyond. New York: Routledge.
Understanding the New Statistics (2012)
Understanding the New Statistics explains the estimation approach to those who have already had training in statistics using null-hypothesis testing. You can order here. The official book website is here. You can download the version of ESCI released specifically for this book here.
Cumming, G. (2012). Understanding The New Statistics: Effect Sizes, Confidence Intervals, and Meta-Analysis. New York: Routledge