Wondrous Covers Wednesday is a weekly feature where I share my cover love by showing off three covers with common themes or attributes. You can see past posts here.
So, as I was skimming through the ’16 releases (like I do weekly, I can’t miss anything!), I discovered the final cover I would be using for this post. Of course, I already had three, but you know, four is better than three. 🙂 In all of these covers, the title is the very clear focus of them and I love the simplicity of that.
I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson
This cover first caught my attention when I heard about it last year. I love how bright it is and the colors are great given the title having the word “sun” in it. It’s such a pretty, light cover for what I’ve heard is a hearbreaking book. Don’t you love that? Deceitful book covers.
This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
Oh I love this a lot. The colors are all so fantastic, since this book has to do with music and deejaying, I love how they used technicolors for this. The controller really sticks out to me too.
Like It Never Happened by Emily Adrian
With never being in an over, this reminds me of those brainstorming webs I used to do in school. Ha. I like the high school setting of this in the background, but it’s not my favorite. It’s still a pretty book to have though. 🙂
Beautiful Broken Things by Sara Barnard
This was the most recent cover I discovered. It will be out in February from Macmillan Children’s Books UK. I really love the colors on here, I don’t often seen them. I love how the tagline is spread thorughout the cover, “I was brave. She was reckless. We were trouble”, it just makes me so curious.