It will also be resting against the lower edge (lip) preventing
the book from sliding out towards your lap.
Hold the base (back portion) of the SoloReader with your left hand. Now rest your left
thumb on the lower lip of the base so as to not obstruct the page from turning.
Using your right hand, take the top right corner of the page (that you want to turn) between
your index finger and thumb, (like you would ordinarily do when turning a page), and
then begin to turn the page.
As the page begins to turn, the clear hinged cover begins to lift with the page you are
As this process is taking place, your right thumb can now slide along the underside of
the clear hinged cover lifting the cover high enough to allow sufficient room for the
page to turn and then lay flat.
As you are using your thumb to lift the clear cover, your fingers should be folding the
page over. If the page is being bent of wrinkled, raise the cover a little higher with
your thumb to allow more room for the page to turn.
To reiterate, while turning the page, your thumb should slide under the clear hinged cover
while your fingers should be folding the pages over. As the page lays in its final position
your reading can continue comfortably and unabated.
Practice makes perfect. After a few practice
tries at turning the pages using the SoloReader, your ability at turning pages will be
as fast and easy as you are normally accustomed.