Below is a selected bibliography of André Kertész books. I have only listed books that I have actually seen and touched, and some of the titles are links to my review of the book. There are many more not listed here, but these are the ones that you can most likely find in libraries or used book stores. Nearly all the monographs published in the 1970's and 1980's are out of print now, though I have seen On Reading in paperback in the last few months of 1995, so I suppose some of them are being printed again.
On Reading. New York: Grossman, 1971. 64 pages, 66 photographs.
André Kertész: Sixty Years of Photography; 1912-1972. Nicolas Ducrot. New York: Grossman Publishers,1972. 224 pages, 235 photographs.
J'aime Paris: Photographs Since the Twenties. Nicolas Ducrot. New York: Grossman Publishers, Macmillan Company of Canada, 1974. 224 pages, 218 photographs.
André Kertész. Carol Kismaric. Essay by Lloyd Fonvielle. The Aperture History of Photography Series. New York: Aperture Foundation, 1977. 94 pages.
From My Window. Introduction by Peter MacGill. Boston: New York Graphic Society/Little Brown, 1981. 72 pages, 53 Poloroid photographs.
Hungarian Memories. Introduction by Hilton Kramer. Boston: New York Graphic Society/Little, Brown, 1982. 194 pages, 144 photographs.
André Kertész: His Life and Work. Pierre Borham. Essays by Pierre Borham, Laszlo Beke, Dominique Baque, Jane Livingston. Boston: Bullfinch Press/Little, Brown, 1994. 367 pages, 350 photographs.
André Kertész. Carol Kismaric. Essay by Lloyd Fonvielle. The Aperture Masters of Photography Series. New York: Aperture Foundation, 1993. 94 pages.
André Kertész of Paris and New York. The Art Institute of Chicago, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. New York and London: Thames and Hudson,1985. 288 pages, 305 illustrations, including 192 photographs.
Kertész on Kertész: A Self Portrait. Introduction by Peter Adam. Commentary by Andre Kertesz. New York: Abbeville Press, 1985. 120 pages, 94 photographs.