That was difficult to choose just one. Book five's cover by Ross Collins was very articulate, but the end, I had to go with book two and Alex Fuentes. The mish-mash of the skull is intriguing and I want to know why it is what it is. At the same time this gives no spoilers, just an invitation to find out. It is enough glitter to capture and hold the attention, but not overwhelm. I think this was well balanced. Plus I like skulls.
Book 5 is a super vibrant cover for a children's book. A cover very well done. Like the simplicity of Book 1 too.
Lovely use of colour and a simple design that conveys the message perfectly. Would be a worthy winner, in my opinion.
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