Respectively, what are good books for the Panov-Botvinnik Attack and playing with an isolated queen pawn?
For Isolated Queen Pawn play I would pick up a pawn structure book. They typically start off with IQP. Most of the game examples will be Queen's Gambit, but the beauty of a pawn structure approach is that it applies independent of opening. It's worth studying pawn structures generally once you are not dropping pieces regularly as strategy becomes more important.
Two best books in English (Opinion)
- Pawn Structure Chess - Andrew Soltis
- Chess Structures A grandmasters guide - Mauricio Flores Rios
Ivan Sokolov's book, Winning Chess Middlegames, is all about pawn structures. He devotes one 94-page long chapter to playing with and against an isolated queen's pawn and then another 42-page long chapter to hanging pawns, which is what isolated queen's pawn positions often turn into. It's an excellent and instructive book.