- Cover Redesign: 'Stingers'
This month, Michelle Argyle at Melissa Williams Design reimagines the cover of Stingers by Graham Downs, who praised the new cover, saying, “It encompasses the story so well.”Design Note #1: The picture of a boy with a bloody nose helps get across the idea that this is
- Book Cover Redesign: 'Vanished'
Baker, who praised the new cover, calling it “captivating.”Design Note #1: Many covers use both serif and sans serif fonts.
- Book Cover Redesign: 'Spinning'
This month, Michelle Argyle at Melissa Williams Design reimagines the cover of Spinning by indie author Janine Kovac, who praised the new cover for proclaiming, “‘I want you to notice this book!
- Book Cover Redesign: 'That Night'
This is perfect for the book’s gritty subject matter.Design Note #3: Using a hand-written font gives the cover an almost vulnerable feeling; it lets readers know that this will be an intense story that is told in a personal way.Design Note #4: To indicate that this is a
- Cover Story: 'How to Fall in Love with Anyone'
In 2015, Mandy Len Catron’s New York Times “Modern Love” essay, “To Fall in Love with Anyone, Do This,” went viral, spawned a TEDx talk that’s been viewed three million times, and inspired Catron’s forthcoming collection, How to Fall in Love with Anyone (Simon & Schuster, July).J
- Cover Reveal: 'Moonflower'
“What I was really excited about was bringing Daniel’s more mature, fine-art style to Moonflower’s cover,” she said.
- Cover Reveal: 'Pax'
It’s a big, sweeping, love story.
- Cover of the Week: 'Geektastic'
If you look closely at the cover of Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd, edited by Holly Black and Cecil Castellucci (Little, Brown, Aug.), you’ll notice that many of the avatars look exactly like M.T.
- Cover Reveal: 'Cress Watercress'
So yes, I hope that’s what people read into the cover.
- James Jean Covers Art
Fables cover artist James Jean hit the ground running.
- What's Selling at Between the Covers
Both these books have black covers, and kids don’t immediately go for them on the shelf, but parents do.
- Cover Reveal: 'Friends Forever'
“I think it’s a combination of an appealing art style, strong covers that tell you a bit about the story and the character, and then once you read the book, authentic characterization and an engrossing story,” she said.
- Cover Reveal: 'The Hawthorne Legacy'
The cover is revealed here for the first time in a PW exclusive.
- Cover Reveal: 'Stuntboy, In the Meantime'
What I’m really trying to do is make a story for the kids, a funny story, but parents can also use this book to talk about ."
- About Our Cover Artist
For Knopf this fall he has illustrated A Necklace of Raindrops, a reissued collection of Joan Aiken stories.