What is Browse Inside?
Browse Inside is digital book content which replicates the experience of flipping through the pages of a book to get a sense of its contents.
Browse Inside is available for many HarperCollins titles. Browse Inside can be found on
pages, and throughout the site. Look for the Browse Inside logo.
How does Browse Inside work?
You are able to browse starting at the cover and continue to sample the book by paging forward, scrolling, or navigating through the table of contents. It is search enabled and also provides you with excepted briefs of all HarperCollins.com content related to the book with links for more, as well as opportunities to sign up for member benefits such as AuthorTracker.
Can I search for a specific term or phrase?
Yes. Your search terms will be highlighted in context and displayed to the left of the reader.
Can I print the pages?
Do I need Flash to use Browse Inside?
Can I buy the book from the Browse Inside window?
Click on the “Buy This Book” button, and navigate to the bookseller of your choice.
What is Browse Inside Sneak Peek?
Browse Inside Sneak Peek is available for selected titles and lets you start reading the book online in advance of the on-sale date.
What is Browse Inside Full Access?
Browse Inside Full Access is available for selected titles and makes 100% of the book available to read online for free.
I'd like to add Browse Inside to my blog or Web page. How do I go about this?
We’ve made it easy to pick up and place digital book content on your Web site. If Browse Inside is enabled for the book you want, "Put this book on your Web site" appears at top right. Simply copy the code you see in the box and paste it into your source document. If "Put this book on your Web site" is not on the page for the book you want, Browse Inside functionality is not yet available. We hope you'll bookmark the page and try again later.
Is special permission required to put the Browse Inside for a book on my Web site?
Special permission is not required. Browse Inside doesn't show you all content of a book. The Table of Contents and front matter, the first three pages of the first few chapters, and front and back covers are usually included. It is intended to give readers a sense of the writing and what the book is about.
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