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New Sarah Dessen Covers-Dreamland Reveal

I love when books get a cover redesign. I think it's so interesting seeing how a books cover can evolve and change. Sarah Dessen's books are getting a redesign and I'm bringing you the new cover of Dreamland!



What do you think? I think it's beautiful and simple and very eye catching!

You can follow the cover reveal tour to see the rest of the new covers:


May 28: That Summer (Mundie Moms) - http://mundiemoms.blogspot.com/
May 29: Someone Like You (Penguin Teen Tumblr) - http://penguinteen.tumblr.com
May 30: Keeping the Moon (Frenetic Reader) - http://www.freneticreader.com/
May 31: Dreamland (Green Bean Teen Queen) - http://www.greenbeanteenqueen.com/
June 1: This Lullaby (Steph Su) - http://stephsureads.blogspot.com/

June 4: The Truth About Forever (Forever YA) - http://www.foreveryoungadult.com
June 5: Just Listen (Princess Bookie) - http://www.princessbookie.com/
June 6: Lock & Key (Presenting Lenore) - http://presentinglenore.blogspot.com/
June 7: Along for the Ride (The Story Siren) - http://www.thestorysiren.com

For more about Sarah's books check out her website, tumblr, and blog. And of course the Sarah-Land Ning community is a great place to connect with other readers!

Interested in reading Dreamland? I've got a chance for three lucky winners to win a copy!

-US Address Only
-Ages 13+
-Contest ends June 8, midnight CT
-One entry per person please

Comments

  1. This one is SO different, but I love it!

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  2. I agree. I think I like this more than the original!

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  3. Dreamland is the only book of hers I haven't read yet, so yeah I'm jumping on the chance to win it.

    But anyway, I'm planning on buying all the new covers, they're so amazing <3

    Love the heart on what appears to be an icecube, looks edgy.

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  4. Simple, and thus simply stunning.

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  5. I love the new cover:)

    Thanks so very much:)

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  6. I've only read one sort of lukewarm Dessen but this is pulling me in. Love the cover.

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