The Student Bible
The Student Bible, developed by best-selling authors Philip Yancey and Tim Stafford, and introduced by Zondervan Publishing House in 1986, is a popular Bible among high school and college students.
Features include a three-track reading plan that facilitates reading the Bible at the reader's own pace, introductions to each of the books of the Bible, in-text study articles called "Insights" and "Highlights," and a feature entitled "100 People You Should Know," which identifies the major characters of the Bible. Also included is an expanded subject guide, a chronology of Bible events, and color maps.
The Student Bible is intended to encourage the reading of Scripture by students and younger adults, and is available in several versions, including the New International Version and the New Revised Standard Version.