Contact: Kevin Taylor, 800-828-2453
OCEANSIDE, Calif., Aug. 3 /Christian Newswire/ -- Anyone who has wanted to just read one book or an individual segment of the Bible, whether casually in bed or while traveling, has been required use an expensive, heavy and bulky Bible. In addition, most Bible publishers use tissue-paper thin pages and extra small typefaces to reduce the size of each Bible and make them more transportable, but that just adds to difficulty reading and torn pages. The latest option is to purchase an eBook reader, but many Americans are priced out of that option. A new company, BibleByBook.com is now publishing the Bible by individual book, in an easy to read, magazine format.
Using the text of the New International Version (NIV), the most-trusted, most-read Bible translation available, under license with Zondervan, BibleByBook.com currently offers 17 books of the Bible including:
6 1 Samuel
7 2 Samuel
1 Gospel of Matthew
2 Gospel of Mark
3 Gospel of Luke
4 Gospel of John
6 Paul's Letters (includes all)
The company's booklets measure 8.5" by 11", are saddle-stitched like a magazine and are printed on high-quality paper. Each BibleByBook is priced from $2.95-$4.95.
"Like many, I like to read at night before bed, but after numerous torn Bible pages and magnifying glasses, I decided to create BibleByBook, to help make the Bible easier to read for the practical consumer," said Kevin Taylor, founder and creator of BibleByBook. "After months of failing to find a similar product at a reasonable price point, I decided to create the Bible in a format that made sense to me and my reading habits."
Students, casual readers, travelers and commuters, also those who prefer reading larger type have found BibleByBooks useful for their everyday Bible reading. In addition, each BibleByBook includes additional space for adding margin notes.
BibleByBooks are available at www.biblebybook.com.
BibleByBook.com is owned by U-Build, Inc., of Oceanside, Calif., which has owned and operated U-Bild Woodworking Plans (u-bild.com) since 1995. Established in 1948, U-Bild is the oldest publisher of woodworking plans in the U.S.