- Combines eBooks and audiobooks into a single app
- Enables over-the-air downloading
- Streamlines the browse, checkout, and download experience on your phone
- Go to ebook.online-convert.com and select "Convert text to the ePub ebook format"
- Select the file from your computer, or copy/paste the URL of the file into the applicable form field
- Set the optional settings to reflect the title and author of the work
- Click "Convert File" to begin processing
- Follow the on-screen instructions to download the converted file
- Transfer to your reading device per the specific device's instructions
Many readers also display PDF files. If you wish to read long-form content from your computer on your reader device, PDF print utilities like PDF reDirect for Windows or the built-in functionality on the Mac can provide a quick and compatible way to create eReader files.
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FYI - Over 70 million copies of the books in this beloved have been sold since it was first published in 1992. It has been translated into 31 languages and is sold in 31 countries. Kids, parents, and teachers all know that the adventures of Jack and Annie instill of a love of reading in young readers everywhere.
June is Audiobook Month! Join our "green" friends to celebrate this occasion. Choose a format that suits you — books on CD, MP3-CD, Playaway, downloadable, or cassette. Rest your eyes and let your ears do the reading!
The top five most downloaded titles from CPL's eBook collection for April 2010 are:
National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from mid-September through mid-October each year. The resources in this Special Collection provide an introduction to the culture, identity and direction of the diverse population that is Hispanic.
Arte Latino: Treasures From the Smithsonian American Art Museum by Jonathan Yorba: This book documents 50 Latino artists from the U.S. and Puerto Rico as they explore their identity and influence on U.S. culture over the past two centuries through various media.