Adult Piano Adventures® Now in E-Book Format

Now available! The Adult Piano Adventures Book 1 by Nancy and Randall Faber is in a NEW user-friendly e-book on iBooks, Kindle, and Google Play. This adaptation offers a welcome format for teachers and adult students to explore digital learning, or for screen sharing during classroom instruction.

Though digital textbooks have evolved, music e-books present unique challenges with the limited screen display of music content. Though the printed Adult Piano Adventures Book 1 still offers an exceptional presentation for learning, this new e-book edition is adventurous, convenient, and simple enough to use while practicing.

Take note that all editions of Adult Piano Adventures Book 1, whether you choose print or digital, have easy access to online audio and video support. The version on the iBooks Store features embedded audio and linked online videos—convenience indeed!

Come explore and tell us what you think!

8 replies on “Adult Piano Adventures® Now in E-Book Format”

    • Hi Patricia,
      That’s a good question! The printed and e-book versions are purchased separately, and priced affordably to deliver great value. You can find the digital editions wherever e-books are sold, so you can use the platform of your choice.

  • I teach at a local college and tried to have the students purchase the app that goes along with the Adult level one and two books, but it only worked for apple products- or smart phones. Do you happen to have something that would work with other platforms- Samsung and droids? I love the theory and technique videos that go along with it, but I couldn’t require it because it didn’t work with all students devices. Please let me know if there is a better way for the students to access them. Thanks!

  • Are there any plans to roll out the rest of your method books in digital format? I am having more and more parents interested in this. There are many benefits, especially for busy families with more than one child (No lost books…. Easier to re-use with siblings… portability… easier remote lessons / screen share.. etc)

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