How to Read - Bentham Books

FAQ(s) about Read and Search Books

All Books are available in PDF, ePub and PRC format.

Since you own the Book, once you have read it you can store it in the Library that is included with the Acrobat Book Reader

The Acrobat Book Reader is free of cost.

Epub Files have the extension .epub. also known as open format. EPUB is designed for reflowable content that is, the EPUB reader can optimize text for a particular display device according to the screen size. EPUB also supports fixed-layout content.

There is no special requirement. You need to submit the Book in MS Word with all figures, diagrams, tables and charts inserted in the correct location and with suitable captions. Additionally, all figures and diagrams must be provided separately as specified in our Author Guidelines.

You can either visit Bookshelf by Title or simply use search titles via the search facility available on the Book website. Search can be made either on entire Book or a chapter through title, ISBN, author/editor, discipline and type of Book via a search tool.

Authors can get free access of their own content.

Bentham Books available as PDF format require Acrobat Book reader which is readily available on the adobe official website

Acrobat Reader works well for all documents, while the Acrobat Book Reader is designed specifically for Books. The Acrobat Book Reader has all the functionality of the Acrobat Reader, plus it has annotation and bookmarking capabilities as well as enhancements such as display rotation for laptop computers and a built-in dictionary.

Here are a few of the major merits of the ePUB format:

Bentham Books have their own established guidelines for fair usage of published Books in order to protect copyrights such as that how much of their Books can be printed or copied. These permissions may differ from Book to Book. For example, some of the free Books will have no restrictions on copying and printing, while in other cases publisher might give users the ability to print/copy several pages of an Book within a set period of time.