There is something about a color-coded bookshelf that is just lovely (Julie shows just how pretty a rainbow library can look!) and refreshing to look at. I love the idea of a color-coded library, but I am lacking in many book covers (I have far too many black books). If you also lack color variation in your book covers, then you’ll enjoy our read the rainbow series, where we take a look at new book covers all on a single color scheme.
Today, we’re continuing our read the rainbow series with books with orange covers.
And if you want to join in the fun this week, add your links to the Lit Lover’s Link up near the end of the post. Click the bolded links to purchase any of these books with orange covers.
20 Beautiful Books with Orange Covers
I haven’t read this book, but it looks like a thoughtful, interesting read.
My daughter Monkey would love this series of books about a cheerful little girl and her adventures.
Razorhurst has all the hallmarks of a good YA dystopian book.
I am not a physicist, but I find the field fascinating. I would read this book to feel like I knew a bit more about the field.
I read the Poisonwood Bible when I was in high school and I didn’t really like it then. There is a lot in this book about harsher realities that I wasn’t ready for at the time. It is a thought-provoking book perfect for sparking discussion.
Classic Hemingway with a bright, pretty cover.
I watched the movie of this novel, but I haven’t actually read the book yet. It’s been on my TBR pile for quite some time now!
Harry Potter books are themselves a rainbow of color. The Deathly Hallows has a beautiful orange cover.
The Invention of Wings is written by the same woman who wrote “The Secret Life of Bees,” which means it is probably philosophical and somewhat dream-like.
I love the wimpy kid’s diary.
I’ve been meaning to read this classic-style science fiction book since I first heard of it. It looks like a really good one!
Classic books come in almost every color.
This book is for my daughter Bo, who is two. The Chicka Chicka books are quite popular right now.
This is a book about books. There is seriously nothing better.
Written by the author of “About a Boy,” “How to Be Good” is the story of a woman whose husband suddenly decides to be kind and good, and she has no idea how to deal with it.
A classic fantasy book with all the supernatural your heart could wish for.
This is a story about dolls and what they do when no one is around.
The final book in the Divergent trilogy has a surprise ending.
The Catching Fire cover has all the bright colors of a raging fire.
Bad Monkey is all about a humorous, unpredictable mystery that is gruesome and unexpected.
What are your favorite books with orange covers?
Lit Lover’s Book and Quote Link Up
The goal of the Lit Lover’s link-up is to feature YOU! All posts linked up will be shared and pinned by me! Link your neglected book and quote posts for some extra juice!
Remember, you can link up as many book or quote-related posts as you want!
As always, I will feature my favorite link-up in next week’s edition. When you share your post with me, you agree to for me to use one image from your post in next week’s LL and have your post shared by awesome bloggers. I will also pin all link-ups to the new Lit Lover’s Pinterest board and send you weekly link-up reminders.
This Week’s Post Features
1. Links must be book or quote-related (reviews, quotes, book lists, author interviews, whatever!).
2. Link to your blog-specific URL, not your home page.
3. Visit some of the other posts and have some fun!
4. Use the hashtag #litlovers when sharing this link-up!
Read the Rainbow!