Thursday, April 13, 2017

KJV THINLINE BIBLE, LARGE PRINT CLOTH OVERBOARD

Thomas Nelson has just released The King James Version Bible. “Oh!” You might be saying. “They always put out King James Bible, I have one.” But what you do not have is a: KJV THINLINE BIBLE,  Large Print Cloth Cover board in Black/ Gray Red letter edition. And if you like taking your Bible with you to church, or when you visit then you want this. This edition also comes in a green cloth cover, which looks cute but I like this one.

I can tell you that it really is cloth! I got the black part dirty and had to clean it with a damp cloth.

This King James Bible has a classic look to it. I like the weight and its’ clean, nothing fancy, cover. When you open the book the first page is the standard presentation page: to, from etcetera. As you open it up to the books of the Bible you can actually see the words, the font is great. No, I cannot read it without my glasses but I can hold the Book at a reasonable distance and still see the words. What I really appreciate is the ability to actually read the maps! 

I don’t recall other large print Bibles having maps in which you could read all of the places. (Again, no squinty eyes.)

An important note at the back of the book: “The Bible was set in the Thomas Nelson KJV Font, a typeface commissioned by Thomas Nelson Publishers and designed in Aarhus by Klaus Krogh and Heidi Rand Sorensons of 2K/DENMARK.”  Yes, this is a unique font for a very special book and I for one am glad.

This is a very readable King James Version of the Bible that is not oversized.  xxx Marsha L F Randolph


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