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Pages: 1558

Language: English

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers: 2nd large type edition edition (3 Feb. 2007)

By: Tyndale House Publishers (Creator)

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The 'Large Print Compact Edition' of the New Living Translation makes it easy for readers to carry God’:s Word wherever they go. Font size is 8.75 point. Deluxe features include 8 pages of full-color maps, presentation page, silver page edges, red-letter, ribbon marker, and dictionary/concordance. This edition features an attractive brown and pink TuTone binding.
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