CLASS OF 2022: BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT BOOK COVER ART

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It’s back to school season (nooo) and that means, some of our themes or topics revolve around, well, school. Rather than movies or characters, this time around, we take a look at school book cover design – or at least art that kind of reminds us of that school life.

LIST | BOOKS WRITTEN OVER TEN YEARS AGO THAT I STILL LOVE

Most of these, if not all are in the YA genre because that’s the primary genre with this type of look. At least that’s what I find. So that all to say, let’s dive in and take a look like we do every week in our book list.


SCHOOL BOOK COVER DESIGN

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ALSO KNOWN AS, ROBIN BENWAY

A private school + spies? Seems like it could be a super fun and fast paced read. Goodreads

THE CODE FOR LOVE AND HEARTBREAK, JILLIAN CANTOR

The whole sitting at desks with laptops made me think school for this one. But it’s a YA loose re-telling of Jane Austen’s Emma so that should be fun. Goodreads 

I’D TELL YOU I LOVE YOU, BUT THEN I’D HAVE TO KILL YOU, ALLY CARTER

The old style of covers for this YA spy series if more “school” looking than these never ones, but the colors are more fun. This is a spy game story that also introduces the fictionally famous Gallagher Academy into the plot. Goodreads

AS IF ON CUE, MARISSA KANTER

Do you get any more school vibes than this cover art? I think not! So dang fun. Also Marisa’s debut novel is all kinds of fun. Goodreads

WHAT I LIKE ABIOUT YOU, MARISA KANTER

The second by Marisa, and the one I actually have read. This cover art doesn’t really remind me of school in the same way some of these others do, but it still holds some of the vibes even if just with the story. Goodreads

THE UPSIDE OF FALLING, ALEX LIGHT

I did read this one quite a while ago and it’s all kinds of sweet. It’s a fake dating trope. Goodreads

DEAR READER, MARY O’CONNELL

Never read this one which has been on my shelf for a loooong time. It’s about a student who’s only school day refuge is in her English class. At least it was until her favorite teacher goes MIA. Fun as this sounds, GR readers don’t seem to like it. Goodreads

WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE, EMILY WIBBERLEY + AUSTIN SIEGEMUND-BROKA

I mean this could be in a non-school setting like a library, but with the books, it looks school-y, right? Plus, we love the purple. Goodreads

YOUR TURN! How did you spin this week’s school freebie topic? Did you use book covers? Base it on characters or something else entirely? Let’s meet in the comments!

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Linking Up with Top Ten Tuesday + That Artsy Reader Girl August 30: School Freebie (In honor of school starting up soon, come up with a topic that somehow ties to school/education. The book could be set at school/college, characters could be teachers, books with school supplies on the cover, nonfiction titles, books that taught you something or how to do something, your favorite required reading in school, books you think should be required reading, your favorite banned books, etc.)

About Rissi JC

amateur graphic designer. confirmed bookaholic. bubbl’r enthusiast. critical thinker. miswesterner. social media coordinator. writer.

28 comments

  1. I listened to What Not to Love and soon found it wasn’t my cup of tea. I hope you like it more than I did.

    There are some other interesting choices here that I may have to try.

    1. Thanks. I hope so. :) I liked one of their other books but didn’t love it, so it’s kind of up in the air whether or not I’ll enjoy more by this author duo.

  2. I’d Tell you I Love you, but I has to kill you is an oldie but goodie type of books. I read that book back when I was a teen.

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