Ever look at a book cover and then after a second look get a whole new impression of the story? Those ah-ha moments are so satisfying.
Pull out the binoculars and take a look, or two.
by Carley Moore
(Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2012)
First impressions of the next one?
(Nancy Paulsen Books, 2012)
Did it flip from space travel to drug addiction as you read the whole title Beneath A Meth Moon?
(Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 2012)
The space image is hard to miss on the cover of Boy 21, and a closer look will reveal a few more vital story elements.
(Putnam Juvenile, 2012)
Did you see the dog? Of course you did, but doesn't the title add more interest?
The first two swans pop off the cover but the title helped me see the last one.
How about you? Any double takes as you pass by the book shelves?