Cover Characteristics: Book Covers featuring Snow Globes

 
 

Aren’t snow globes so pretty? And kind of magical too, like a perfect, little world inside a glass bubble.

They also make for nice book covers, hence this post!

And that’s about all I have to say about snow globes, so… enjoy these pretty covers!

 

 

Cover Characteristics is a weekly meme hosted at Sugar & Snark. This week my topic is:

Books Covers featuring Snow Globes

 
The Ice Queen by Jovee Winters | books, reading
Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones | books, reading
Princess of Tyrone by Katie Hamstead | books, reading
The Snow Globe by Jenna Nelson | books, reading
Forever Winter by Donna J. Collins | reading, books
Snow Globe by Jeanne Skartsiaris | books, reading
A Night Never Forgotten by SJD Peterson | reading, books
The Possible by Tara Altebrando | reading, books
Crossed by Ally Condie | books, reading
 

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Matched Series by Allie Condie

 
Crossed by Ally Condie | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
Matched by Ally Condie | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
Reached by Ally Condie | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

I know these technically aren’t snow globes, but close enough because this was a hard topic. And they’re still interesting.

 

The Possible by Tara Altebrando

 
The Possible by Tara Altebrando | reading, books, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

This one is different since it’s like a storm globe. And the little pop of red is nice.

 

A Night Never Forgotten by SJD Peterson

 
A Night Never Forgotten by SJD Peterson | reading, books, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

This looks sweet, and I like the art style, and it gets bonus points for having like 15 snow globes in one cover :-P

 

Secret of the Snow Globes by Dianne Novak

 
 

This one is also unique since it’s got a ship in it. Not sure why the snow is on the outside, but I’ll take it.

 

Snow Globe by Jeanne Skartsiaris

 
Snow Globe by Jeanne Skartsiaris | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

This one looks pretty magical and has as nice color.

 

Forever Winter by Donna J. Collins

 
Forever Winter by Donna J. Collins | reading, books, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

This definitely looks wintery and has a really pretty shade of blue.

 

The Snow Globe by Jenna Nelson

 
The Snow Globe by Jenna Nelson | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

That looks like such an interesting land inside the snow globe, and it’s overall a nice cover.

 

My Favorite #1:
Princess of Tyrone by Katie Hamstead

 
Princess of Tyrone by Katie Hamstead | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

This one is so pretty. I especially like the glittery nail polish.

 

My Favorite #2:
Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

 
Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

This one is also just so pretty. White and blue do make a really nice, wintery combination.

 

My Favorite #3:
The Dark Queens Series by Jovee Winters

 
The Ice Queen by Jovee Winters | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
The Sea Queen by Jovee Winters | books, reading, book covers, cover love, snow globes
The Dark Queen by Jovee Winters | reading, books, book covers, cover love, snow globes
 

All the covers in this series are gorgeous and so well done.

 
 

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  1. Greg

    Nice collage! We have some of the same ones although you found more than I did. :) Snow Globe is my favorite and The Ice Queen is nice too. I like that Snow Globe almost looks like the globe is levitating in her hand (I know there’s a stand but I’m just ignoring it) it just has a magical quality. The Ice Queen is my runner up I like everything about it.

    I had Wintersong and The Snow Globe too, Wintersong is very nice. And Crossed works for me, I’ve always liked those covers. The one with the ship is nice too now that I look closer- almost like another world. I like all the blue on these.

    Kudos for finding these, I had trouble with this one.

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    1. Kristen Burns

      I love how one is called “Snow Globe” and another is “The Snow Globe,” and I wonder if that one little “the” realizes how significant it is in the context of this post lol. But yeah I get what you’re saying because when I first saw Snow Globe I actually thought it was levitating.

      This collage ended up having a color scheme too since most of the covers were blue lol. I figured I’d just go with it. I put that one more colorful in the middle to balance things out, keep it symmetrical :-P

      It was actually the first four covers in the collage that made me want to do this as as topic. I loved those and wanted to share them. But I struggled finding the rest too.

  2. Barb (boxermommyreads)

    All of these are gorgeous but I have to admit, Wintersong and The Snow Globe are my faves. I’ve been waiting for Wintersong for what seems like forever! I just added The Snow Globe to my wishlist too. I just knew your cover features you had planned for this month would drastically add to my TBR.

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    1. Kristen Burns

      Thanks! The official meme has been on hiatus for a while though. This was just my own topic. But next week I’m posting my favorite covers from books I read this year, and you can totally join in!

  3. suzanna

    Well done on finding so many books with snow globes on the cover.
    For me, The Snow Globe stands out but I love the gorgeous shades of blue/purple on the Jovee Winters series.

  4. Lola

    I never realized there are so many covers with snowglobes on them, they look quite magically all next to each other like that. The Possible cover is nice with the storm inside the globe. I think Wintersong and Princess of Tyrone are my favorites of these. Although I also like the Snow Globe with how it has this wintery landscape inside the globe. Oh and the dark queens series covers are really pretty too, I like how the style is kept consistent, but each cover is different in color and details. It’s neat how the characters are inside the globes on that one.

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