Answer: A: You can share iBooks via iOS family sharing only. Otherwise, people need to buy their own copy or use a library book loan.
How to set up Family Sharing for books
- Choose one person to be the organizer.
- Open Settings on iPhone or iPad.
- Tap on your name, then choose Family Sharing.
- You’re prompted through confirming your Apple ID.
- Then you can add or invite family members.
How to share a book in Apple Books with iCloud Family Sharing. If you’re using iCloud Family Sharing, any family member can download any book that any other family member has purchased in Apple Books at no extra charge. It’s the digital equivalent of handing a book you’ve purchased to someone else in your household.
Use your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to download content that family members purchased. Open the App Store, Apple TV app, or Apple Books. App Store: Tap your profile picture at the top of the screen, then tap Purchased. Apple TV app: Tap the Library tab, then tap Family Sharing.
Can you send an ebook to someone else?
Head to Amazon and find the Kindle version of the book you want to gift. Then click the “Give as Gift” button. You can choose to e-mail the e-book gift to the recipient with a future delivery date, or print out a voucher (which you can then place in a greeting card).
How do I transfer iBooks to another Apple ID?
There isn’t any way to transfer them. You can, however, set up Family Sharing between your IDs and share the books with the other. Share App Store, iTunes Store, and Apple Books purchases with Family Sharing — Review the information about the types of purchases you can share.
If you’ve bought the full version of Book Creator for iPad from the App Store, there is no issue with sharing it among family members. However, you need to be careful if you’ve download Book Creator One (our free demo app – no longer available for download).