Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Covers


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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. The feature was created because The Broke and Bookish are particularly fond of lists (as are we!). Each week a new Top Ten list topic is given and bloggers can participate.

 Today’s Topic: Top Ten Favorite Covers

We switched from the assigned topic today. Ricki has wanted to do this topic for a while.


A few years ago, my students made me aware of the fact that I enjoy trees on covers. You may notice that trend below.


This is my all-time favorite cover.


I LOVE this one. Did you notice the man under the tree?

hush hush

This one always draws my students in.

into that forest

I love her back!

miss peregrine

I have a poster of this one on my wall. I love it.


This one always draws my students in.

a long way gone

This photograph is absolutely beautiful.


I haven’t even read this book, but I have always loved the cover.

 to kill a mockingbird

It also helps that this is my favorite book.


And this is another of my favorite YA books. I love everything about this cover.


This was harder than I thought. I don’t have a favorite cover, so I just went through all of the books I’ve read and here are ten that I loved.


This cover is not what you think! Loved when I found out what it was.




I just love the trees. It is beautiful.


This cover just captures what the book is about. Perfect.


Such a cool graphic and Cinder is as cool as the graphic.


It is pretty simple, but I love the sentiment of it.


This cover captures the intensity of the story and the strength of Saba.


The title and cover of this book are perfect!


Dan Santat is one of my favorite illustrators and I love this cover!


This cover really shows the imagination and curiosity of Jane.

What are your favorite covers? 

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2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Covers”

  1. I LOVE the Cinder cover. I like a lot of the ones with trees, too. I have always found Shiver’s cover to be very pretty as well. I am a teacher as well, and it is amazing how a cover picture will cause a student to pick up a book they might not usually!

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