Monday, February 17, 2014

Cover Characteristic - Fruit

Cover Characteristic - Fruit
 Hosted by Sugar & Snark

Each week we will post 5 of our favorite covers to go with the theme of the week. 
I'm a huge cover fan so this is a great meme for me. 

Well this's weeks characteristic is going to be a tough one. I can't even think of a single one with a piece of fruit. 

Top 4 

Twilight by Stephanie Meyer (Goodreads) I can't have a list of fruit without this one. 
The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis (Goodreads)
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein (Goodreads)
Eve & Adam by Katherine Applegate & Michael Grant (Goodreads)

Peeled by Joan Bauer (Goodread)
It made me giggle the first cover to come to mind was Twilight so I decided to spin off and pick all apple covers this week that fit under the fruit topic. 
What's on your list?


  1. Great picks! I especially like the cover for Peeled. :)
    Have a great week, and thanks for stopping by my CC! :)

  2. Same here...Twilight was the first thing that came to mind. I considered all these books too and I have to 'peel' them off one by one because I only need five. Your favorite is on my list too and it's quite unique in its own way with the newspaper thing-y...and there's really something about the Blackberry Bush, right? Thanks for dropping by and hopping back!

  3. Oh... wow! Peeled is amazing. i love how it has writing on the inside of the peel! Oh, and The Giving Tree is such a great story. Love your picks this week.

    Thanks for stopping by My CC.

  4. Oh, I love The Giving Tree! I like that you featured an apple theme, and Peeled is the perfect first choice! =)

  5. Love the cover for Peeled! Great list :)

  6. I have two of the same. And like you and another blog, I think apples are a lot of the fruit we seem to see on books. Great choices!
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  7. I love the cover of Peeled!
    Thanks for joining in last week :)

    Sugar & Snark