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We’ve provided you with the option of a KF8 file (.mobi), viewable on Kindle devices and reader apps, and an EPUB3 file (.epub), viewable on Apple iPad® or Android devices as well as a PDF file (.pdf). You can also view it in desktop applications.
Once you’ve downloaded it, open it up and see how it looks on your iPad or Kindle. Keep in mind you may need to install a reader app on your iOS or Kindle device to view your book.
Opening and reading on a device
Open this page on your device.
If you do not have the free Apple iBooks app or another app for your device for e-reading, you’ll need to install it before downloading your book.
Click one of the links above to download the appropriate version for your device.
When the download is complete, you will get the option to open the book with your chosen app. Tap this button once.
Your app will launch, import your ebook, and open it. Enjoy!
Tips for easier viewing
Connect to Wi-Fi: Image-rich ebooks can be quite large, so downloading and importing them to iBooks or another app can take several minutes.
Make room: Be sure you have enough free space on your device or the download may fail.
Be patient: iBooks gives you very little feedback while it’s opening the file, so you might want to wait and check your device after a few minutes.
Look in iBooks: Can’t find your book? Make sure you’re not in the PDFs Collection. Just tap the Collections button in your iBooks library.