Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Art

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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)

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Insurgent by Veronica Roth – I love images of trees

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

Paris by Edward Rutherford – because I love Paris

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Your thoughts? Which book covers would you frame?

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