I am helping my son's school with a book they are doing about school safety. They have the text and basic layout for each page (hand drawn). They like the look of some of the Adobe Stock Illustrations. I believe we would need the Extended license since the books would be available to purchase after completition, is that correct? Is the subject of school safety allowed to use the images?
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As per the requirement you have stated above, you are allowed to use the Adobe Stock illustrations under the Extended license.
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I rarely disagree with twaritar3263062 , but in this case I suppose a standard license will be enough even if the book is for sale. An extended license is needed if you print the image on a T-shirt or a mug and the reason to buy the equipment is the picture. In the case of the book, it will be the content, which will be composed of text (created by the students) and pictures (acquired as stock images).
So if the reason to acquire the book (or the main value of the book) will not be the illustrations, a standard license is enough if the print run is less then 500,000.
I suppose the keyword is „prominently“, which means for me “the basic reason for buying the product is the picture!“. In your described case it is not true. The basic reason to buy the book is the content which is on security.
However in both cases (extended or standard) you are allowed to use the pictures as this is exactly the use stock images should have.