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Series: Bible NIV

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Holy Bible: New International Reader's Version : New Testament by International * Society
The Holy Bible; New international version. The New Testament by Bible
The Illustrated Bible - New Testament by NIrV
NIrV Adventure Bible by Lawrence O. Richards
NIrV Adventure Bible Book of Devotions by Marnie Wooding
NIrV Backpack Bible by Zondervan
NIrV Beginner's Bible by Zondervan
NIrV Bible by International * Society
NIrV Children's New Testament by Biblica
NIrV Discoverer's Bible for Young Readers by Kathleen O'Malley
NIrV Gift & Award Bible by Zondervan
NIrV Kids' Book of Devotions by Mark Littleton
NIrV Kids' Devotional Bible by Joanne E. DeJonge
NIrV Kids' Quest Study Bible by Zondervan
NIrV Kids' Study Bible by Joel Tanis
NIrV Little Kids' Adventure Bible by Lawrence O. Richards
NIrV Little Kids' Adventure Bible Audio by Zondervan
NIrV Narrative and Illustrated Bible by Keith J. White
NIrV New Testament Young Readers' Edition
NIrV Personal Gift Bible by Zondervan
NIrV Read to Me Bible for Kids by Broadman & Holman Publishers
NIrV Read with Me Series: Angels of the Bible by Catherine DeVries
NIrV Read with Me Series: Miracles of the Bible by Catherine DeVries
NIrV The Story for Kids by Zondervan
NIrV The Super Heroes Bible by Jean E. Syswerda
NIV Adventure Bible by Lawrence O. Richards
NIV Childrens Bible by Zondervan
NIV Compact Bible by Zondervan
NIV Serendipity Bible by Lyman Coleman
The NIV Study Bible : Special Edition : New International Verskion : Red Letter Edition by Kenneth L. Barker
NIV Teen Study Bible by Larry Richards
NIV The Story for Children Bible by Max Lucado
NIV Thompson Chain-Reference Bible by Frank Charles Thompson
NIV Witness Canadian Bible Society by Zondervan
NIV Young Discoverer's Bible by Nancy Munger
Read with Me Bible : An NIrV Story Bible for Children by Doris Rikkers
The Student Bible : New International Bible by Philip Yancey

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