Santifícalos en la verdad; tu palabra es la verdad.
Juan 17:17 (Nueva Versión Internacional)
With technology, there are now several ways to access God's Word in Spanish.
Amazon.com or any number of other online (and even some brick and mortar) book stores sell hard copies of the Bible in Spanish. If you are going to buy a hard copy, here are some things to know:
Reina-Valera 1909 and 1960 are somewhat similar to the King James Version as far as readability goes. This was the first Spanish Bible that I ever owned and almost every verse of Scripture that I have memorized in Spanish is from the RV. However, this would definitely not be the most readable Bible for Spanish students. Some of the more readable versions that I have found out there are the Nueva Versión International (The NIV in Spanish) and Nueva Traducción Viviente (The NLT in Spanish).
Check out these and other versions on the online Bibles below:
Bible Gateway has 10 different FREE Spanish versions of the Bible including 2 audio bibles (Nueva Version Internacional and La Biblia de las Américas) http://www.biblegateway.com/
You Version has an OK online Bible, but the best thing they offer is their FREE mobile Bible app. You can use it on your iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, PalmOS, Java, Symbian, or Mobile Web. There are 41 translations in 22 languages including several Spanish Bibles. You can have access to all of these Bibles on your mobile device. They also have very good Bible reading plans that can help your time in God's Word.
Books of the Bible in Spanish -
Los Libros de la Biblia en Español
The names of the books of the Bible in Spanish are not too different than the names in English. Here they are: