“Taming Lion: a handbook for OS X 10.7” is a new guidebook to the latest and greatest operating system for the Mac.

Available in ebook form only from Scrolldown Books, it offers over 300 pages of information, tips and tricks on using Mac OS X 10.7 (“Lion”). “Taming Lion” is filled with dozens of eye-popping graphics, as well.

Chapters cover an introduction to Lion, the Finder, gestures & animations, LaunchPad, AutoSave, Versions, Resume, AirDrop, Address Book, iCal, Mail, Safari, Mission Control, Expose, Spaces, Automator & AppleScript, iChat, Spotlight, Time Machine, FileVault, Preview, Windows Migration Assistant, the Mac App Store, Lion Server, file sharing, screen sharing, MobileMe, accessibility, how to restore Lion, some of the geekier features of Lion, and a list of recommended third-party applications.

You can download the US$6.99 ebook at Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005MQNPCC) or Barnes & Noble (http://macte.ch/2nKOs).

The author, Dennis Sellers, has over 30 years’ experience covering the Apple industry. He was worked for such online publications as MacCentral, Macworld, and Mac Minute. He’s currently the online editor for MacNews.com and MacTech.com.