One of our best selling study Bibles has been the Chronological Study Bible from Thomas Nelson. The desire to read the Bible in chonological order has increased dramatically in the past few years. The problem I've always had with a chronological Bible is people don't recognize the subjective arrangement that comes with any chronological arrangement. The Chronological Study Bible was a wonderful answer to this problem because the notes would often discuss the various options for placement an event could have. The downside, if you want to call it that, was that it only comes in the New King James Version. Thomas Nelson now offers all the notes from the Chronological Study Bible in a handy book called Chronological Guide to the Bible: Explore God's Word in Historical Order. The cover states that it "works with any translation." I've read through many of these notes and Nelson has done a pretty good job overall with content and presentation. The book is paperback but printed on glossy paper which enhances its beauty. It has 226 pages and sells for $24.99.