Bout of Books 14: 4 Seasons Book Covers

Hiii! It’s day 4 of the Bout of Books read-a-thon and I’m super happy with my progress! So, I finished my first book and review it here on the blog, and yesterday morning I started my second book of my read-a-thon TBR, which is The Wrath and the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh, and I’m already 230 pages in, I didn’t want to stop reading last night, but my eyes betrayed me and I just had to stop =( – this book is incredible!!!!


But without further ado, today’s challenge is hosted by Kimberly Faye Reads and is the 4 Seasons Book Covers Challenge. “For this challenge, you need to convey the four seasons in book covers – through color, title, cover, etc. You can be literal or take a more creative approach. Anything goes! Just show me four seasons in book covers.”

Given that most of my books are in Portugal anyway, I decided to use covers from my childhood for this challenge. So, I chose 4 books by Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, who writes children’s books and poetry, and whose books we portuguese children always read in primary school. They still read them, my youngest niece already has some. And they are gorgeous and amazing stories (that unfortunately I don’t remember), and the covers always reminded me of the 4 seasons somehow.


So, what do you think of these covers? 🙂

12 thoughts on “Bout of Books 14: 4 Seasons Book Covers

  1. Cátia says:

    A Fada Oriana and A Menina do Mar were some of my favorites when I was a kid 🙂 . I love ow you could find all the seasons represented in Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen books

    • MyTinyObsessions says:

      to tell you the truth they are inside a box in storage, they’re children books, and the last time I moved, they didn’t make it to the shelve 😦

      The Fairy Oriana – The girl of the sea – The forest – The Christmas Eve

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