Granted I cannot be certain this will work because of copyright. Still, robobraille,
will convert epub books into things like rtf which might? be accessed from another program. Because the conversion is supported by educational institutions, his school might assist with any issues copyright wise assuming the files cannot be converted.
Just an idea,

On Sun, 6 Aug 2017, Kat DeNicola wrote:

I have a friend who needs to read his ePub textbooks on the mac.  Two
Questions about this:

1. I know ePub books read in iBooks, but I???m finding navigating the text
clunky. The up and down arrows go from page to page, it seems, and not line
by line, so I???m having to use the trackpad rotor on the navigation setting
to do that. I don???t have much experience with iBooks, and my friend even
less so. Is there an easier way to navigate the text?

2. What are the options for accessible ePub readers for the mac other than


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