I wish I'd seen this first! To get to a book, go to Menu, Index and type the first letters of the book abbreviation. As you type, a list appears of books that start with those letters. As you continue to type a space and a number (use the Alt key to type numbers) the list scrolls to the chapter you want, space and type your verse number which will scroll to the top of the page. You can press the down arrow on the 5-way controller to get to the verse you want at any time when you've had enough of typing.
There are some handy footnotes (eg. a hin was about 3.5 litres). The ESV text is a reasonably good version.
At last, a Bible that really works with the Kindle.
Update - and now the newly discovered bad news: Unfortunately, this version isn't very good at optimizing Kindle's native text find. A search for Take my yoke found 2 Sam 24:16 which contains the 3 words but not in that order, however, it didn't find Matthew 11:29 where the exact phrase appears. The KJV Easy Navigate eBook by Hendrickson Bibles(which does not have the same ease for finding a chapter and verse) did find Matthew 11:29, while the American Standard Version found both the 2 Samuel and the Matthew 11 references. I don't understand why the free bible on my antiquated Palm VX can take me easily to a chapter and verse from any page AND find an exact phrase while a sophisticated piece of kit like a Kindle can't do it.
Further update: I now see the problem with the Find. The verse in Matthew had a hyperlink immediately in front of the word Take. Because the Kindle only finds whole words, it read the hyperlink as being part of the word. The Find function could thus be vastly improved simply by putting a space between the hyperlink and the word. The example was unfortunate - text without hyperlinks within it could be found.