This right here is a Siddur Sim Shalom, or Sim Shalom prayer book, pocket sized. I got this as a prize for perfect synagogue attendance when I was eight. As you can see, it has been well used.
This is the siddur (prayer book) currently used by Jewish personnel of the armed forces of the United States. This edition just came out last summer. Because of my father's position, I have one; I find it the easiest to use of all my siddurim.
This is a book of Psalms put out by Artscroll, an Orthodox publishing company. That is my full Hebrew name--Sarah Tovah (...)--monogrammed on the bottom. Normally I would never use Artscroll anything, but this little book has a special story. You may recall the boy in my high school class who contracted leukemia. His parents gave each of us a ersonalized copy of one of these books. To honor his memory, I will continue to use it.
And here is the siddur I received at my "siddur party" in first grade. Originally it had a cover I had lovingly decorated myself. Then the siddur disappeared, or so I thought, when I was in middle school; when I got it back two years later, the cover was toally defaced. A teacher told me to throw it out, so I did, but that never sat right with me. In tenth grade I made this cover to replace the old.
And this is my Tanakh, or Bible. Yes, many pages have fallen out at the beginning; no, I have not lost a single one.