For jumps I’d look into the many free articles available online by Dan Pfaff and Boo Schexnayder. While not a book, Boo put out a series of jumps videos back in the late spring which covers all aspects of jumps training-primarily horizontals but HJ/PV mentioned as well. Periodization is covered in those.
For Mid-Distance look into some of the dvds by Lyle Knudson at his track-tech site (usatf development dvds) and there are a few powerpoint presentations available free on-line, here’s a link to one I know of.
The other one (ppt) is called speed-based training.
He uses a very similar approach to the Frank Horwill/Peter Coe 5 pace system and if someone is coming from a sprint background (coach and/or athlete) they will appreciate the fact that he actually includes true, alactic speed work in his program every 2 or so weeks-pretty much a two week rotation. I am currently studying this system for my work with 800m runners most of whom are moved up from the 400m though others are coming from more of a 800/1500 background.
I only have the first Bondarchuk book: Transfer of training in sports (Vol. 1) and have not seen the periodization books by him-I don’t think they have been out long.
Regarding sprints periodization I don’t think you can go wrong with Charlie’s works, as mentioned earlier, with CFTS, Key concepts-elite edition and the downloads for GPP and inside the SPP. Some of this will also have applicability towards jumps-particularly horizontals though for that programming specifically I’d go with the Boo Schexnayder work-downloads- I mentioned. Cliff Rovelto has also just put out some new dvds for high jump and horizontals-came out this week I believe.
Charlie’s principles, philosophy on training in general would be beneficial to virtually any coach. If you don’t have his materials start with his works.
For middle distance/distance look at the track-tech.com dvds I mentioned by Knudson.
For one single book that discusses multiple periodizations strategies/different approaches to programming all of the events as oldspeeder mentions above, the Freeman book is a good choice. I think track and field news has it on sale for $5 but the sale might be over very soon-possibly tomorrow.
I don’t know as I’ve only seen his Transfer of training in sports book volume I. I’ve not seen volume 2 of that book nor either of the periodization books.
Here is a review of volume I of the periodization book by, it should be noted, one of his athletes though to be fair the guy did a review on the transfer of training books and presented the pros and cons of the book.