Our books are grouped by topic. Studies in Communication Sciences & Disorders can be interdisciplinary, so roam the stacks on the third and fourth floors. The following are some areas that are great places to start looking.
HV 888-907: Children with disabilities.
HV 1551-3024: People with disabilities. American Sign Language.
P 101-410: Language, linguistic theory, language acquisition
QH 300-700: Biology.
QM: Human Anatomy.
RC 423-429: Communicative disorders neurology.
RF: Otorhinolaryngology -- diseases of the ear, nose, and throat.
RJ 496: Child psychiatry. Communicative disorders in children and adolescents.
Although the contents from ASHA's Practice Portal for Speech-Language Pathologists are not books, you might consider them introductions or introductory chapters to a topic. Written for busy clinical practitioners, they provide concise overviews with information on symptoms, causes, responsibilities of speech-language pathologists, assessment, treatment, and more.