If an ebook is available then you will see it on the “Related formats” line on the book’s page. Choose a PDF or EPUB file, add it to your basket and proceed to the checkout as usual. We recommend downloading the EPUB file for use on tablets or smartphones and the PDF file if you’re reading on a PC. The prices for ebooks are shown once you select the format and are usually significantly cheaper than the print version of the book.
Please note that you cannot print our ebooks.
As well as being available on our own website, ebooks are available for the Amazon Kindle. These can be found by searching on Amazon’s website, or within the Kindle store on the Kindle or Kindle app.
You can also find our ebooks on Apple's iBookstore - search the iBooks app on your iPad or iPhone. Our books are also available to purchase through Google Play, currently available in the UK, USA, Australia and Canada.
Ebooks are also currently available for download through ebooks.com, kobobooks.com and nook.com and a growing number of bookstores and websites. Search your preferred ebook retailer by Author, Title or Ebook ISBN for price and availability. Most of the above offer a reader app that you can download so that you can read our books on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Library platform ebooks are available from the following aggregators:
Ebook Central and EBSCO.
In cooperation with De Gruyer Mouton, library platform ebooks for our key Multilingual Matters series are also available from De Gruyter. More information can be found here: Multilingual Matters.
Registered course leaders can now create custom course packs using chapters from our books. These course packs may be made using chapters from a variety of publishers. Just go to Academic Pub to find out more. You should also be able to find a selection of our titles on VitalSource and Kortext.
For a full list of titles available, or if you have any enquiries or requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.