13 Beautiful Book Covers That Will Convince You To Buy All These Spring Releases

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They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but sometimes it’s hard not to, especially when they’re as beautifully designed as some of this year’s Spring titles. If you are looking for books that are as amazing on the outside as they are on the inside, then don’t worry because you are spoiled for choice.

Like the books themselves, jacket designs tend to follow certain trends. In some years, the emphasis is on general themes such as water or flowers; other times the “it” look is more stylistic, like hand-drawn covers or retro patterns. Trends are always changing, always evolving and, it seems, are getting more and more mind-boggling.

This year, the publishers are offering covers with bright illustrated flowers, unique typography, and lots of birds, both drawn and photographed. There are also a lot of jackets covered in bright colors and, as always, a lot of black and white. When it comes to title design, this year’s books are leaning towards bold but minimalist fonts, and I personally can’t get enough of them.

Whether you’re looking for your next read or looking for the perfect title to display on your coffee table, here are 13 beautifully designed spring books that you can certainly judge by their cover.

“Female persuasion” by Meg Wolitzer

Cover presentation: Ben denzer

As if you needed another excuse to go out and buy the It Lit book of the season, this one by Meg Wolitzer Female persuasion has such a fascinating cover that you won’t be able to stop staring at it. The book’s powerful narrative of the role of power, influence, ego, and ambition in shaping modern womanhood isn’t a bad reason to pick it up, either.

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“The Gunners” by Rebecca Kauffman

Cover presentation: Nicole caputo

Birds are a common theme for book covers this spring, but few are as intriguing as those adorning the cover of Rebecca Kauffman’s new novel, Shooters. A moving tale of friendship, trauma, survival and growth, the book’s beautiful design perfectly captures its magnificent story.

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“Children of blood and bone” by Tomi Adeyemi

Cover designer: Rich Deas

Is there anything more captivating than the beautiful woman pictured on the front of Tomi Adeyemi’s debut Children of blood and bones? In fact, there’s: the West African-inspired story that lives between its covers, a remarkable fantasy that will hook you from the first page and never let you go.

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‘Blackfish City’ by Sam J. Miller

Cover presentation: Will staehle

Dark and menacing, the cover of Sam J. Miller’s dystopian new novel gives readers a glimpse into his menacing world without any exposure. Like the neon lettering and fierce whale emblem displayed on his jacket, Blackfish Town is a weird and imaginative tale that will get readers to really think it over.

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“The Future” by Neil Hilborn

Cover presentation: Nikki clark

A clever mix of photography, text and drawing, the stunning Neil Hilborn cover The future dares readers to open up and explore the world the poet has created within. Like the book itself, the design of this highly anticipated collection is both biting and beautiful.

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“How To Be Safe” by Tom McCallister

Cover presentation: Steve Attardo / Photograph by: Martin Klimas

I don’t know about you, I’m just looking at the cover of Tom McAllister Be careful sends chills up my spine. Like the broken rose on the front, this book about a school shooting is dark, disturbing, and totally unexpected.

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“Ecstasy” by Mary Sharratt

Cover presentation: Martha kennedy

Ecstasy This is exactly how I feel watching the cover of Mary Sharratt’s new novel of the same name. If the sultry image on the cover of the book is any indication, this historical novel about composer Alma Mahler is undoubtedly just marvelous.

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“You me everything” by Catherine Isaac

Cover presentation: Lynn Buckey / Jacket illustration: Roger broder

Based on a 1930 tourist poster for Venice by Roger Broders, the magnificent cover of you me everything captures the tone and mood of the novel: lush, romantic and beautiful. Just looking at it, you want to take a trip, right?

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“Please don’t leave until I get better” by Madisen Kuhn

Cover presentation: Anna Dorfman / Cover photography: Corey wolfenbarger

If the cover of Madisen Kuhn’s collection of poems gives you serious Instagram feelings, it’s probably because the author of Please don’t leave until I get better knows a thing or two about the platform that made her famous. Featuring stunning poems about self-image, self-discovery and self-reflection, every page of this book is just as alluring as its cover.

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“What Should Be Wild” by Julia Fine

Cover presentation: Sarah Brody / Cover illustration: Magdalena Wasiczek / Trevillion Images

A whirlwind of darkness, beauty and magic, the cover design of What should be wild immediately transports readers to the strange world of Julia Fine before they even reach the first page. Once they do, however, they won’t be able to take their eyes off the enchanting tale of a cursed maiden with the power to give and take life with just a touch.

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‘Tin Man’ by Sarah Winman (May 15)

Cover presentation: Grace Han

Featuring the famous painting “Sunflowers” by Vincent Van Gogh, that of Sarah Winman Tin man has one of the most breathtaking covers of the year. It also contains one of the most breathtaking stories of spring about friendship, love, loss, life.

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Ashley Herring Blake’s “Girl Made of Stars” (May 15)

Cover presentation: Whitney Leader-Picone / Cover illustration: Goog wives and warriors

If the cover of Girl made of stars was a mural somewhere, I’m sure it would be one of the most Instagram-worthy places in the world. Like the book it is designed for, this YA’s artwork is remarkable, complex, and deserves a closer look.

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‘L’Ensemble’ by Aja Gabel (May 15)

Cover presentation: Grace Han

In an Alternate World, Aja Gabel’s debut novel cover is a gorgeous framed print in my living room, or a jaw-dropping silkscreened tote bag that I take with me everywhere. In this one, however, the jacket of All is just the exceptional wrapping around an addicting book about music, ambition, passion, friendship and that complicated little thing we call love.

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