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For many, ebooks are simply a digital version of a printed book, consisting simply of text and the occasional image. Textbooks and other non-fictional literature rely quite heavily upon diagrams, images and other illustrative elements. Unfortunately, space constraints mean that authors have to be careful just how many of these graphical elements they can physically fit into the book.
To help move these types of books into the 21st century, Apple released iBooks Author, a free app that we can use to develop truly interactive books. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a fully interactive book that leverages many of the features of iBooks Author, from image galleries to scrolling elements.
Create an Interactive Book With iBooks Author