Good News Bible: Gospel (Dyslexia Friendly)
dyslexia-friendly which uses the Good News Bible (GNB) translation and follows
the principles for dyslexia-friendly formatting.
- Follows the principles for
- Uses the bestselling Good
News Bible translation
- Includes iconic Annie
- Is printed on cream-coloured
matt paper to minimise reflection.
- Short paragraphs
- Increased line spacing
- Larger type face- 10.5 pt
- Cream coloured paper rather
than bright white
- Paper has high opacity so
very little text shows through from the next page
- Paper has matt finish rather
than glossy paper limiting reflection
- Follows formatting guidelines
of British Dyslexia Association.
the last of the Gospels to be written, John's Gospel starts at the beginning of
time and goes on to tell the story of Jesus' public ministry, from his baptism
to his resurrection. John uses signs and symbols to show us who Jesus is, and
records stories of people who had very surprising and personal encounters with
Jesus - several of which are not found in any of the other Gospels.
what was probably the first of the written accounts of the life of Jesus. Told
by Mark, this dyslexia-friendly Gospel presents the story of Jesus - a man
of action and authority - with emphasis on what Jesus did rather than on his
words and teachings.
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