Jacob and I have both gotten new Bibles recently, and we love them!
For Jacob's birthday I got him The Picture Bible, Deluxe Edition.
It is the story of the Bible written as a graphic novel, or a comic book. Yes, it is different than actual Bible verses, but I believe there is a time and a place for giving a child a Bible he enjoys reading! (He also has the NIrV for direct scripture learning.) He sits in church and reads through pages and pages of this one, where his other one was visually overwhelming for his maturity level. And I've found him in his room reading through it because he likes it. That's good enough for me!
And I recently got the Holman Illustrated Study Bible.
I've been reading out of my New American Standard study Bible for 15 years and just needed a change. Because I'm a very visual person, I needed it to look different when I read it so it would jump out at me. I was sold when I saw the relevant photographs, charts, maps and time lines they have throughout the books (not all in one place in the back). And because Beth Moore uses this one in her Bible studies, and I've liked how it reads I went for it. I'm so happy I went with it! I have enjoyed reading it again and it's new to me in ways I needed it to be. That sounds totally seeker sensitive to describe it that way, but that's the truth! When I'm reading familiar passages now they catch my eye and focus because they look new and are worded differently, as opposed to my eyes overlooking them because I've looked at the same underlining and notes for fifteen years. The best part... I got exactly what I wanted for less than ten dollars at a discount store. :)