The first three centre around the theme of photography and use the black and white contrasts effectively.
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children uses vintage photographs throughout to capture the imagination.
by Ransom Riggs (Quirk Books, 2011)
Click is one of my favorites. A strong black frame draws us into the lenses.
Ten Authors contributed to this novel.
designed by Phil Falco
(Arthur A. Levine Books, 2007)
by Kimberly Marcus
(Random House for Young Readers, 2011)
by Sheila Kelly Welch (Namelos, 2011)
And a touch of colour in the last cover. What does it suggest to you? Is there hope that the dark days will soon be over?
Have you been drawn to any other book covers that don't rely on colour to attract? Let us know and we'll post some more.