Let’s Talk Book Covers: Teal

I have an obsession with book covers because they can be so captivating, and yes I do sometimes judge books based on the cover. It’s okay, you can admit it too. My hope for this series is so you can not only see the gorgeous art of these book covers, but to help add more books to your TBR collection.

If you missed my other features in this series, toggle below to Let’s Talk Book Covers:


The next color will be:

Teal combines the calming properties of blue with the renewal qualities of green. It is a revitalizing and rejuvenating color that also represents open communication and clarity of thought. For Tibetan monks, teal is symbolic of the infinity of the sea and sky, while it is the color of truth and faith for Egyptians. Teal encourages objective, analytical and perhaps deep thinking. It can promote introversion, reserved character traits, repression of emotions and feelings of empathy. The color can also discourage erratic and spontaneous behaviors. Like other cool colors, teal can have a calming or sedating influence.

Credit: Canva Color Meanings & Color Psychology Meaning



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TitleAuthor/IllustratorDate Published
The Next Great JaneK. L. Going5/19/2020
Willa and the WhaleChad Morris and Shelly Brown3/3/2020
Mary UnderwaterShannon Doleski/Hana Anouk Nakamura & Helen Musselwhite4/7/2020
CooKaela Noel/Celia Krampien3/3/2020
CattywampusAsh Van Otterloo/Abigail L. Dela Cruz8/4/2020
The Water BearsKim Baker/Michelle Cunningham & Luisa Uribe4/21/2020
Forget Me NatMaria Scrivan9/1/2020
Dress CodedCarrie Firestone/Maggie Edkins Willis & Tyler Feder7/7/2020
My Life in the Fish TankBarbara Dee/Jenna Stempel-Lobell9/15/2020
Tornado BrainCat Patrick/Eileen Savage5/5/2020
Breathing UnderwaterSarah Allen/Alisa Coburn3/31/2021
Finally, Something MysteriousDoug Cornett/Bob Bianchini & Ellen Duda4/14/2020
Shouting at the RainLynda Mullaly Hunt/Marikka Tamura5/7/2019
The Circus of Stolen DreamsLorelei Savaryn/Matt Saunders & Samira Iravani9/1/2020
I do my best to find illustrators, but I may not find every book. If you know of the illustrator, please let me know and I will happily credit them!

Who else loves a beautiful book cover? It’s a strange obsession I have, no doubt. Which is your favorite cover featured above?

Xo, Sierra

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  1. I love these covers! I especially like the covers of The Next Great Jane and Shouting at the Rain. I also like the cover of Finally Something Mysterious—I thought, “Those yellow flowers are pretty,” and then I zoomed in and realized they are not flowers at all! Thanks for the great post!

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