Our latest roundup of OAVer cyber sightings is best described as a virtual Cool Covers Show-and-Tell, featuring images from our talented members’ publication histories that make you want to dive into all the books!
This striking cover is from Trudi Trueit’s extensive nonfiction list.
Here’s the adorable cover of a chapter book from author-illustrator Patrick Jennings.
How about this beauty covering a novel by Dori Jones Yang. (It’s brand-spanking NEW, by the way — the book comes out next month.)
This covers the German edition of Martha Brockenbrough’s The Game of Love and Death.
The cover of this picture book by Deb Lund is a monstrous delight.
Lisa L. Owens counts this piece of cover art from her retold-classics series as a fave.
Video alert! Watch author-illustrator Erik Brooks preview his picture book Polar Opposites. (Naturally, he starts with the cover!)
Here’s the spooky-cute cover of a picture book by OAV’s founder, Suzanne Williams.
An evocative entry from a reprint edition of a David Patneaude novel.
What an engaging image on Clare Hodgson Meeker’s retelling of a classic Buddhist folktale.
This stunner is from one of Dia Calhoun’s novels.
Dana Sullivan created a darling illustration for the cover of Digger and Daisy Go to the Zoo, shown here on the book’s French edition.
Audio alert! A YouTube reading of Janet Lee Carey’s Wenny Has Wings features a sweetly spare cover image. (Note: To listen to the reading, you’ll need to head on over to YouTube, an option you’ll see and be able to click on in the lower right when you view the file embedded below.)
The photo on this Dori Hillestad Butler novel really sets the scene for the story to come.
This early reader by Joan Holub sports a fun depiction of the Woodstock setting.
And, finally, here’s another perfect representation of the story within, this time on a sweet picture book by Laurie Ann Thompson.
That covers all of us here at Online Author Visits!
Reminder: The back-to-school season is right around the corner — so be sure to check out our Author Profiles page to learn more about hosting an illustrious OAVer for a future Skype visit in your classroom.