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Let’s jump into spring reading with this month’s color YELLOW! We love unique book covers and are excited to feature a new color of book covers for you each month. We’re sharing a very diverse selection of books for you to check out this month, focusing on YELLOW covers. From the well-known classics, some young adult, rom-coms and memoir to some newer books you may have never had heard of, discover your next great book based on its YELLOW cover here!

Life’s Too Short by Abby Jimenez

Vanessa shot to stardom on YouTube when she quit her job and traveled the world, fans following her every experience as she lives each day to its fullest. She doesn’t take anything for granted, especially because her mother and her sister never made it to the age of 30. When Vanessa gets custody of her baby niece, life is about to drastically change, and with the help of her hot next-door neighbor, it might not be all that bad. 

Broken by Jenny Lawson

If you’re a Jenny Lawson fan, get excited about her upcoming memoir, Broken. She has always been open about her mental and physical health and Jenny’s latest is honest, heartwarming and funny. Jenny puts into words what everyone is thinking about anxiety and depression, and makes readers feel less alone. 

Float Plan by Trish Doller

Anna was supposed to go on a Caribbean sailing trip with her fiancé, but now she’s taking the trip solo. Immediately, she realizes she can’t do it alone and hires Keane, a professional sailor to help with the voyage. Will Anna and Keane’s sails come crashing down or will they chart a new course to romance?

Day One by Kelly deVos

Check out Day One (the second in the sequel to Day Zero). Jinx’s dad is the author of Dr. Doomsday’s Guide for Ultimate Survival and has always been obsessed with doomsday prep and conspiracy theories. Now there is trouble, and Jinx and her stepsister must travel through a war-torn country using the survival book to do everything they can to get their little brother back, and stay alive during the journey.

Dracula by Bram Stoker

An absolute classic, Dracula is the original vampire fantasy. As Dracula heads to England in search of new blood and to spread his curse, he will be met with obstacles he hadn’t anticipated. If you’re truly a fan of the vampire genre, and you haven’t spent time immersed in Bram Stoker’s Dracula world, start reading now!

Drag Teen by Jeffery Self

JT is determined to do something with his life so he’s not stuck in Florida with unsupportive parents and no future. When he gets the chance to try out for Miss Drag Teen, he makes a plan to enter the contest, even though New York is a long way to go. With the help of his boyfriend Seth, and good friend Heather, the trio will head to New York to win the crown no matter what obstacles get in the way.

Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney

When Frances and Bobbi meet a famous photographer, they are quickly drawn into the woman’s world of sophistication; and Frances is quite taken by the photographer’s husband Nick. As a flirtation grows between Frances and Nick, a painful intimacy takes its place. Female friendships and youthful danger, Conversations with Friends is written with the sly sense of humor that fans of Sally Rooney have come to love.

Swing Time by Zadie Smith

Two brown girls want to be dancers, and one has the talent to dance, the other has talent for rhythm and time. Still, their childhood friendship flourishes until their early twenties when Tracey leaves for the chorus line and her friend becomes an assistant to a famous singer. Moving from London to West Africa, Swing Time is a story of twists and turns, disappointments and a friendship all in the name of music and dance.

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