Kindle is a device for reading digital books. If Logos and Bibleworks teamed up with Amazon to make their digital library formats readable on Kindle, we'd instantly have a large number of useful reference books and relevant biblical studies books available for Kindle.

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Rename the file with the PRC extension if it is an AZW. In some cases, this may not be necessary. However, the PRC file format is recognized by a wide variety of platforms; this will extend your conversion options. Conversion via Calibre Open the Calibre software on your computer. Click the 'Add Books' button and select your ebook PRC file. This will add your ebook to the Calibre library. Right-click on the ebook in your library and select the 'Convert Books' option.


Select 'EPUB' in the output format drop-down menu and click 'OK.' The EPUB book will be stored in the same folder as your PRC source file. Conversion via Hamster Book Converter Open the Hamster software on your computer. Click 'Add Files' and select your PRC file.

If you wish to select multiple titles, you may do so by clicking the 'Add More' button. Click 'Next' and select 'EPUB' as the output format. Click the 'Convert' button and select a destination folder for your EPUB file. Conversion via 2ePub Navigate to the 2ePub website (see Resources).

Click the 'Browse' button under the Step 1 menu. Select your PRC file and click 'Upload Files.' If you wish to select multiple titles, you can add them to the queue before clicking 'Upload Files.' Click 'Convert Files to EPUB' under the Step 2 menu.

The resulting files will appear as links under the Step 3 menu. Download the EPUB files to the desired folder on your computer. Uploading to Your Nook Eject your Kindle from your computer. Disconnect the Kindle from the USB cable, and attach your Nook. Drag the EPUB files from your computer's hard drive to the Nook's hard drive.