Hi everyone! It’s Wondrous Covers Wednesday, a weekly feature where I showcase three covers. For past WCWs, you can go here.
This week’s covers are all black and white, I had a little trouble finding all black and white covers, so I went on a google search. Afterwards I discovered I actually own all three of these books and love the covers. 🙂
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
I love how creepy this cover is. Readers automatically get to see the images that the grandfather tells the grandson of. It shows that this will be an interesting and eerie read. I love the font for the title. Miss Peregrine’s is in a sort of formal text and Peculiar Children has a chalkboard, slightly messy style.
Every Day by David Levithan
Every Day has a magical, surreal sort of cover. Like it’s a total out of body experience, which makes perfect sense. 🙂 The girl floating in the sky above the guy is so interesting. It’s really unique and completely gorgeous. I love how simple it is, yet how sophisticated it looks.
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
This was originally published as a hardcover in color, but Razorbill later put out a black and white paperback edition. I like this cover a bit more because it adds to the dark subject matter. There’s a contrast between the suicide subject and the girl swinging. The girl’s face looks so haunted. I love how the entire title except for one letter is in black and white. It gives a Scarlet Letter vibe.