We’re almost to the middle of the read the rainbow series on Daily Mayo. So far, we’ve featured books with red covers and books with orange covers. Today, we’re featuring 20 bright books with yellow covers!
Add these yellow books to your TBR pile so your library can look as colorful as Julie’s! Just click any bolded book title to purchase the book from Amazon.
Don’t forget to add your bookish posts to the Lit Lover’s Link up at the bottom of the post! I can’t wait to see what you share!
20 Bright Books with Yellow Covers
These books with yellow covers are beautiful and the insides are as good as the outsides. Click the bolded links to purchase the books on Amazon if you want to add any of these books to your personal library!
You would think a book about golfing would be boring, but this book manages to pull it off somehow! It’s a fun buddy story about a young teen and an older man who learn to improve each other through the medium of golf.
This is the story of a rich family and the poor gardener who fell in love with one of the family members. After a terrible breakup, the man the gardener fell in love with is back- and he’s bringing trouble with him this time.
The Girl You Left Behind is just the kind of story you want to read when you are looking for an ultimate tearjerker. A portrait with a surprising path manages to upset the lives of the owners nearly 100 years after its painting.
Sandman is one of the most recognized graphic novels of all time. In this first volume, an occultist accidentally traps her brother instead of death, which naturally destroys his life and sets him on a quest for power and vengeance.
This series about gifted children is one of my favorite middle-grade series. It is adorable, fun, fast-paced and doesn’t talk down to children.
If you are a fan of Greek myths, why not add this volume with a pretty yellow cover to your collection?
Every library needs the colorful yellow illustrations that come along with the stories of this fun-loving monkey.
This historical novel dives deep into the history of Jamaica over a period of 30 years between 1970 and 1990.
A Clash of Kings is number 2 in the Song of Ice and Fire series, and is probably my favorite novel in all of the series. It has all of the interesting fantasy political intrigue before GRRM decided to skip the editing process- so it’s still manageable to read.
This is an interesting and somewhat controversial story about Tiny Cooper, who was first introduced in the novel Will Grayson written by John Green. Tiny Cooper is written using a lot of song lyrics, which is a fun and unusual take on the YA novel.
This story has just about everything you could want in a YA story- love, mysteries, health issues, mental instability, friendship, loss, humor, and relationships.
This looks like a fun and quirky mystery that would be a lot of fun to read.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a strange, surreal book told from the prospective of someone who is on the fringes of the popular crowd. Painfully awkward at times, this novel is probably one of the most accurate YA books about teen life ever written.
Sometimes, you just need to read a fluffy YA book that is about nothing much. The Isabel Factor is just such a book.
Written by mega-serious author Philip Roth, Nemesis tackles the strange setting of life during a polio outbreak in the 1940s.
The mystery in this series of easy-read YA novels is addicting. Prepare to set aside a couple of weeks as you blaze through the entire series.
Cute and touching, Tuck Everlasting is a great read-aloud story for kids and families.
This is a book about a bookstore filled with secrets. I need this book in my life right now.
I read far too many short stories. This short story collection features topics such as magic, psychological horror, fear, anger, and everything good that short stories should be about.
Willful Creatures is about a strange mix of emotions, musical prose, surreal expressions, and fantastic characters. It might not be everyone’s perfect book, but it will definitely be an unforgettable read.
Lit Lover’s Link Up
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