Serge Seidlitz was commissioned by Macmillan Publishers to work on the repackaging of the well loved Judy Blume books. The emphasis was to open Judy Blume up to a whole new audience and to develop a signature style that would work across eleven titles in the series, from the younger children's books to the teen titles.
Above is a selection of Serge’s designs for the first batch of covers to be published. Forever and Are You There God, It's Me Margaret are available now, keep your eyes peeled for the rest to be released over the coming months.
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