Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Art


This week at The Broke and The Bookish the challenge is to list our top ten book covers that could be framed as pieces of art.

Sometimes I pick a book solely based on the book cover. Here are some of my favourites:

The Gargoyle of Andrew Davidson (loved this book and holds special place in my heart since it was one of my first reviews for Book Marks, read review here)


Insurgent by Veronica Roth – I love images of trees


Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald by Therese Ann Fowler – clean, crisp, cool

Paris by Edward Rutherford – because I love Paris

paris ed ruth

The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton – I think I’d like this in a bathroom


Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong – never read it, might read it…love the colours…

sea of shadows

Someday by Alison Mcghee – how cute for a baby’s room


Oh, The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss – another cute one for baby or older child

oh the places

Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter – I would look at this everyday from November to April

beautiful ruins

Lydia’s Party by Margaret Hawkins – so pretty and love the contrast of the sunflowers with the snow…eating outdoors in winter?

lydia party

Your thoughts? Which book covers would you frame?

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