I Don’t Remember the Title/Author but the Cover was Yellow

When I was younger, I went to this art class, and there was a song that we sang to help us remember the color wheel. It went something like “Oh the first is red (something something), then comes blue! After is yellow, what a glorious hue!” And I can’t remember for the life of me what the rest of the song was, but I remember the whole blue-hue thing. I actually tried Googling it, but I couldn’t find it anywhere so I think the teacher made it up or possibly translated it from another language.

Anyways, this is the third in the series (here’s Red, and Blue) , and the last primary color. On that same note, what color do you think I should do next? Orange, green, or purple?

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The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider

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The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B by Teresa Toten

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Yellow Brick War by Danielle Paige

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews

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I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

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Paper Towns by John Green

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The Cage by Megan Shepherd

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Dreams of Gods & Monsters by Laini Taylor

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Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard

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End of Days by Susan Ee

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Inhuman by Kat Falls

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Exile by Kevin Emerson

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The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate

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More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera

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Summer Days and Summer Nights edited by Stephanie Perkins

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

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Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan

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Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

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There are kind of slim pickings with yellow covers in the YA department. By far, out of the three, blue covers had the most to choose from. It’s funny, though, because it seems like a lot of the yellow covers are more minimalisic and I wonder why that is.

Happy Wednesday,

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7 thoughts on “I Don’t Remember the Title/Author but the Cover was Yellow

  1. Is it horrible to admit I really dislike yellow book covers?! *hides* I DON’T EVEN KNOW WHY. Like I like covers with a bit of yellow in them? But the full ones that smack you in the face sort of just hurt my eyeballs. xD Althoooough I’ll Give You the Sun is only one of my favourite books of ever. And Carry On too! So good things DO come in yellow. XD

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    1. I actually don’t really like them, either. Or yellow as a color that much. For that exact reason; it hurts my eyeballs and kind of gives me a headache. And don’t forgot about lemon tarts! Or bananas.

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  2. I like the goldy ones. (Goldish? Golden makes it sound like there are actually books with solid gold covers.) I just scrolled through my Goodreads pages to see if I could find any other yellow covers, and I noticed that children’s and MG covers are far more likely to be yellow than YA or adult books. Interesting.

    I vote for green or purple next. Definitely not an orange fan.

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    1. I think maybe because it’s a super eye-catching color that kids are drawn too? Y’know, like if you put a yellow shirt and a blue shirt in from of a toddler and tell them to choose they’d grab the yellow

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