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Top 10 Tuesday!

Published February 2, 2016 by Bella

If you have noticed that yesterday I did not do my Monday Morning Post, it’s because I already had a few posts that day, and I didn’t want to be too frantic. Welcome to my first top 10 Tuesday! Today’s topic is favorite book covers! DOn’t forgot to comment what your favorite book cover is! Let’s get started!

At #10 we have…

10.Since you’ve been gone by Morgan Matson


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Although I absolutely adore this cover, it looks like the ice-cream is styrofoam. Which is why it falls at 10. I love the setting of this picture! It makes the girls look natural.


Up next at #9 we have…

9.Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews

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I love this cover because it’s so basic. It also portrays the characters well. Greg, he’s kind of awkward. Earl is super cool and funny, lives in the moment. And of course there’s Rachel, a young girl trying to fight cancer.

Falling at #8 we have…..

8. Love Defined by Leila Tualla


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Having a psalm on the cover is really cool. These 3 girls are on there way to adulthood and they just want to have fun! I love the filter, it makes it seem so classy!

At #7 we have…..

7. Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard


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You may be wondering, why isn’t the original cover here? That is because I like the TV show edition better. I think the cover is more interesting and attention-grabbing than the original. The font and phrase also grabs your attention. What are those girls hiding?

As we got closer to the top 5, #6 is…..

6. Sweetly by Jackson Pearce


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If my brother never pointed out that spooky face, it would’ve never made the list. The spooky face adds a whole new perspective. If you instantly saw that face, would you be more interested?

Alright! The top 5! AT #5 we have

5. My Summer of Pink and Green by Lisa Greenwald


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I don’t know why I love this cover so much. It just speaks to me. It definitely explains one of the topics in this book. Can you guess what it is?

At #4 we have…

4. Playing with Fire by Bruce Hale

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You may be thinking isn’t that book juvenile? NEVER judge a book by its cover. Although, you were right. It is a middle grade book, but it was pretty interesting. I think the cover art is amazing. Definitely explains all the action and adventure that is in this book.

OMG! WE’RE AT THE TOP 3! #3 is…..

3. Paper Towns by John Green


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Doesn’t John Green always have the best covers?! Not only is the plot great but the cover is the icing on the cake! If you have no idea what this book is about (Me at 1st) you may think it has to do something with maps. But, it’s a little more deep than you think. All John Green’s covers are.

At #2 we have….

2. Monstrous Beauty by Elizabeth Fama


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Isn’t the cover AMAZING??!! I honestly think that she is a real mermaid!I love the rocky cliffs in the background, but the mermaid with that fabulous hair is the center of attention. I never judge a book by it’s cover, but I have to say, if I would, I would definitely buy this book!


At #1 is…..

A Dog’s Journey by W. Bruce Cameron


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If you knew me well, you would’ve been like, wow classic Bella. Having a beagle on the cover is the best part about the book, but that’s not the only reason why this book cover is my favorite. It does have some humor in there…. LOL. If you read the quote, you can conclude that this is a very emotional book, with a thrilling ride. When I got this book, I think I was in 2nd grade. I was a fast reader. There was a book I was interested in, but I wasn’t sure about it. My mom wouldn’t let me get the book, she said I would read it too quickly. Unfortunately I read this book quickly because I was absolutely in love. Surprisingly I understood the concept well, and I knew that the book was out of my age category. I never looked at the age recommendation until well right now. Give me a minute…

3 minutes later

Goodreads AND Amazon didn’t have the age recommendation. Luckily I found it on Scholastic. And I was surprised. I knew I was above my age level, but at that age level I can’t believe I understood the book so well! AS I read the description, it says some major sensitivity and violence. It wasn’t that violent scholastic! I know Scholastic over-dramatizes books sometimes, but still. The recommendation level is grades 9-12! OMG! I hope to do another review later on this book. My findings were shocking and my review that I had was one of my first reviews so…. No matter how many times I read this book, it always makes me cry at the end. BEST BOOK EVER.



Bye for now! Any ideas on what my next top 10 Tuesday should be?





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