eBook questions and advice

PETAA publications in eBook format

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PETAA Digital and Student Members  automatically receive 3 eBook versions of our new teacher reference texts, emailed to you in their month of publication. Whether you have purchased an eBook or are receiving it as part of your member benefits, an email containing the link to download the book will be automatically generated. Please check your junk mail if you do not receive the email.

These links will expire in 10 days and each link is good for a total of three downloads. The notes below are sent with that same email and you are advised to read them carefully before attempting to download your eBook.

We strongly advise that you have Adobe Digital Editions (or other similar software) downloaded on your PC before attempting to download the eBook. The Adobe software is a free program a link is included in the notes below (which you will see again in the email sent you).

Notes on receipt of your PETAA eBook

  • Download link(s) for the eBook will be available for 10 days and you can download the file(s) a maximum of three times over different devices.
  • On an iPad or Mac, the file will open in iBooks
  • For Kindle and other android devices please email us for a Mobi link to be sent.
  • On your PC the file(s) should be readable by the (previously) installed eBook reader software.
  • If you do not have previously installed eBook reader software, we suggest you download Adobe Digital Editions onto your PC before you commence the file download.

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Please email [email protected] should you have any queries regarding the above or difficulty downloading the eBook.

Copyright

All publications (digital and printed) are the copyright of PETAA or are reproduced with permission from other copyright owners. All rights are reserved. E-publications may be retrieved and downloaded solely for personal use. PETAA prohibits the reproduction, distribution, re-transmission or modification of the Content, whether in electronic or hard copy form, without PETAA's prior written permission.