The trend for journaling and colouring in has been tremendously popular in the USA. Hodder Faith are bringing it to a British audience with this beautifully designed, hardback NIV Journalling Bible with high quality paper, extra wide, blank margins for note taking and drawing and 32 pages of black and white illustrations to colour in. The illustrations are taken from British artist Stu McLellan's adult colouring book, THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH.
The Bible has two ribbons in yellow and blue, and yellow head and tail bands, as well as illustrated endpapers and a blue elastic strap closure. The 7.25PT text is attractively laid out in two columns.
The New International Version is the world's most popular modern English Bible. It is renowned for its combination of reliability and readability and is ideal for personal reading, public teaching and group study.
This Bible also features:
- clear, readable 7.25pt text
- easy-to-read layout
- shortcuts to key stories, events and people of the Bible
- reading plan
This edition uses British spelling, punctuation and grammar to allow the Bible to be read more naturally.
Royalties from all sales of the NIV Bible help Biblica in their work of translating and distributing Bibles around the world.
Höhe: 197 mm
Breite: 170 mm
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New International Version (Author)
The New International Version is the world's most popular modern English Bible translation. Developed by Biblica, formerly the International Bible Society, the New International Version is the result of years of work by the Committee on Bible Translation, overseeing the efforts of many contributing scholars. The translators are drawn from a wide range of denominations and from various countries and they continually review new research in order to ensure the NIV remains at the forefront of accessibility, relevance and authority.
Stu McLellan (Illustrator)
Stu was born in Newcastle, and landed where he is now in Hertfordshire by way of Bristol, Newport, Bristol again, Aberystwyth and Aylesbury. He and his wife Verity have three children, they host house-gigs in their front room, and they love making food, foraging, dreaming stuff up and noodling about on beaches.
Stu's been drawing for as long as he's been walking - making pictures is one of his great loves. An inkpot or two, a Gillott 303 nib and a couple of brushes are his tools of choice, and he still gets a real buzz from seeing a blank page begin to tell a story.