I own The Wishing Year: A House, a Man, My Soul by Noelle Oxenhandler, so when I came across the cover to Childhood: An Anthology edited by Kate Figes (which looks vaguely similar), I put both cover images into a folder. Then I saw the covers for Marni by Marni Bates and The Next Thing on My List by Jill Smolinski and into the folder they both went too. So far these covers all have dandelion puffs on them (obviously) and, other than the last one, all have a turquoise touches. Then last week I came across an ARC of Falling Apart in One Piece by Stacy Morrison in a thrift shop (this book isn’t even out yet; it will be published by Simon & Schuster on March 23): it also has the same turquoise background with a dandelion puff... and it turns out the image on this cover is an exact match with the only non-turquoise cover I found!
Is this at all interesting, or would you rather I just cut to the chase and show you only the really relevant covers? (I won’t do this all the time, I promise!) I thought it was strange that so many of these covers are pretty much the same shade of turquoise!
Edited to add:
And then Steph Su, who blogs at Steph Su Reads, mentioned a sixth cover that fits right into this collection: Before I Die by Jenny Downham. So I updated this post!