Great-Aunt Rita is self-publishing a book with Outskirts Press. And she wants your help deciding her book cover.
What happens when the Tooth Fairy makes a mistake?
When Michael loses his front tooth, he puts it under his pillow, anticipating a visit from the Tooth Fairy. But the Tooth Fairy, in her hurry, accidentally leaves him too much money, which means there won’t be enough money for other children who lose their teeth. Now Michael faces a choice—should he keep the shiny new bike he bought with his windfall or let the White Fairy Rat set things straight?
Great-Aunt Rita (and she really is GREAT), AKA Rita Berman, M.D., M.P.H. is a dentist’s daughter who has heard a lot of stories about the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy Makes a Mistake is her second children’s book. She and her great-nephew and great-niece, Jake and Elina Farber, wrote Roarasaurus, the Roaring, Soaring Dinosaur!
Please take a look at two possible covers below and then vote on the choice you recommend for Great Aunt-Rita.
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6 thoughts on “Author Poll: Writer Great-Aunt Rita wants your help with her cover.”
Mistakes suggest trouble. Darkness is consistent with trouble and mistakes. Therefore, the darker cover works better for your book’s title, and much more intriguing to potential readers.
Thanx. Good thought. However, I still like both.
This is a children’s book and even though it’s about a bit of trouble it is not THAT dark
and the cover should be bright and cheery.
Cover b has more whimsy…the dark one, while attractive, does not match the book
Thanx for great comment. I agree, but I like both. Please vote.
I agree. This is a book for little children. It is not a dark story. I also think the blue is more attractive and the fairy is much easier to distinguish because of the contrast .