This Reader's Bible series is capitalizing on a new type of Holy Bible that has become more popular over the last few years and one that is closer to the original than not. It dispenses with chapter and verse numbers (they weren’t added until the 1200s and 1500s, respectively), and puts the books that were originally together (1st and 2nd Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah, etc.) back into single books. This is not to say you should abandon your other Holy Bibles for this one. They all have a purpose, whether it is a study Bible, a reader’s Bible, or any other type of Bible.
We made this particular one at the size we did so it is easier to carry, easier to hold, and easier to read. We used a larger text size against cream-colored paper so it is easier to read outdoors in bright sunlight, as well as indoors at night under a single lamp. We split the Holy Bible up into five separate volumes, so it is easier to carry and you can bring just what you’re currently reading instead of one large, bulky Bible.