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Many books published by Harvard Education Press (HEP) are available in a digital format through distributors of e-books and audiobooks to libraries and individuals.

If you are looking for a particular title, please note the ISBN that is listed under "e-book" on the book’s product page. HEP is not currently selling e-books directly but they’re available through major distributors of electronic books to libraries and individuals. These include:
  • Amazon Kindle
  • Apple iBooks
  • Barnes & Noble Nook
  • Bookshare
  • EBSCOhost
  • Google Play Books
  • Kobo
  • VitalSource
Alternative Formats
Accessible e-books are available through our partner, Bookshare, an online library for people with print disabilities. Titles not currently available on Bookshare’s list can be requested by special order through their website.

A limited number of HEP books are also available in audio format. Audiobooks are produced in partnership with Tantor Media and distributed by popular online retailers such as Audible.