Anyone know of kana/kanji supplemental material for Essential Japanese by Samuel E. Martin?

I’m reading Essential Japanese by Samuel E. Martin. I know, but I can’t help myself. Anyway, it uses Hepburn, which I find maddening. Does anyone happen to know if there is some kind of supplemental material with all of its examples written with kana/kanji instead of Hepburn?

I haven’t found anything out there yet. I’d hate to have to convert it all myself, but I will because I have no self control. I feel like someone somewhere must have already done this, so figured I’d ask.

I don’t like Hepburn either, but if I were you, I would write the most important parts of the book somewhere you’ll refer back to them (a notebook or digital notes). Writing will help you remember the information, too.

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