Downloadable Products

After your purchase, your files will be immediately available for download from your account page.

  1. Go to your account page.
  2. Choose the My Downloadable Products option from the menu on the left.
  3. To avoid problems that can occur with some browser configurations, we recommend that you right-click the file link on the downloads page of your account and choose “Save link as...” This will force your browser to download the file.

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on Oct 7, 2018

The most common problem is that the browser is attempting to play the file instead of downloading it. Right-click the file link on the downloads page of your account and choose “Save link as...” Another option is to do an “Alt + click” (“Ctrl + click” for Mac users) on the file link.

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There are a variety of devices and programs with varying capabilities. We do our best to provide the most common formats for a wide range of these devices depending on the content of the material, and typically offer the following format options for download:

Highly graphical books:

  • Kindle Fixed Layout: A proprietary format used on Amazon Kindle devices and app.
  • Fixed Format ePub3: Standardized ePub3 format, fully supported by Apple’s iBooks platform, and partially supported by other readers.
  • PDF: Exactly-as-printed layout: best viewed in Acrobat Reader.

Books that are predominately text:

  • ePub: Standard ePub3 books, widely supported.
  • Mobi: Mobipocket format, also supported by Amazon Kindle devices and app.
  • PDF: Exactly-as-printed layout: best viewed in Acrobat Reader.

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Generally, you will need to download the file to your computer, and then transfer it to your device. Some devices will allow you to download digital media directly, without copying it to your computer first. General instructions for common devices are listed below. (Note that many readers do not support fixed-layout EPUB format. If you purchase one of our fixed-layout eBooks, you will need to use a compatible reader. See “How do I read fixed-layout EPUB format eBooks?” for more information.)

iPad / iPhone:

  1. If you do not already have it, install the free iBooks app from the App Store.
  2. Log in to your store account.
  3. From your iPad / iPhone, access My Downloadable Products.
  4. Click the download link for the .epub or Fixed-Format ePub version of your selected item.
  5. Click “Open in iBooks.”
  6. Your book is now in the iBooks library. Enjoy!

Nook / Kindle:

  1. Log in to your store account.
  2. Access My Downloadable Products.
    • Download the appropriate file:
    • For Nook: choose the .epub file.
    • For Kindle: choose the .mobi file.
  3. When prompted to “Save As” we recommend saving to your “My Documents” folder.
  4. Plug in your USB cable to the Nook / Kindle and then into the USB port on your computer.
  5. Open your file Manager.
    • For Windows: Right-Click on “start” and then click “Explorer.”
    • For Mac: Click on the “documents” icon in the dock.
    • For Linux / Ubuntu: Open the file manager.
  6. Find and click on the drive labeled “Nook” or “Kindle” then click on “My Documents.”
  7. Locate the downloaded file on your computer.
    • It is most likely on your computers download or My Documents folder.
  8. Drag and drop or cut and paste the file from the location you saved it in to the devices’ “My Documents” folder.
  9. Unplug the reader from the computer.
  10. On the reader go to “My Library” then “My Documents.” Your new files should show up in this folder. Enjoy!

Amazon also provides other methods to transfer your content without connecting your Kindle to your computer. You can get more information here: www.amazon.com/gp/sendtokindle.

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To read eBooks on your computer, you will need to have an ereader program installed. One option that is available for free is Adobe Digital Editions. It can read EPUB format eBooks and is compatible with both Windows and Mac.

Once Adobe Digital Editions is installed, you can simply download the EPUB file to your computer. You can drag-and-drop a downloaded eBook onto Adobe Digital Editions to add it to your library or double-click it to open it in the reader.

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on Oct 8, 2018

Most eBooks use a flexible layout that adjusts to fit the screen of the computer or device being used to read them. However, in some cases, such as children's books and some scientific books, the layout needs to be preserved. The fixed-layout EPUB format allows eBooks to preserve the page layout of the printed book. Not all ereader programs and devices cannot read this format.

To read any of our eBooks that are designated as "fixed-layout," you will need to use a compatible reader. Examples of free fixed-layout EPUB readers for various platforms are below:

  1. iBooks for iOS and OS X. This is free in the Apple App Store.
  2. Google Play Books for Android. This is a free app in the Google Play store.
  3. Readium for Chrome. This is a Chrome browser extension, available free in the Chrome Market.

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To view PDF files, you must have an up-to-date PDF reader installed on your computer. Adobe Reader is available for free. Many computers attempt to display the PDF file in the web browser by default which has limited capabilities and may not display correctly, especially in more complex books.

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We offer our audiobooks in the M4B audiobook format. iTunes and other players that support this format will allow you to skip to the beginning of any chapter and will restart playback at the same location after you stop.

If your player does not support the M4B format, we offer an alternative download as a collection of MP3 files, one for each chapter. These can be played in any player that supports the MP3 format.

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Depending on your system configuration and installed programs, videos may not play correctly. If the video does not play correctly in the players you have on your computer, we recommend installing the free VLC media player.

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