CampusCherub.com presents a new factfile in which you can discover the different CHERUB covers from around the world! The original CHERUB series about James Adams has been translated into over 25 different languages, and there are many different editions from different countries such as Holland or Thailand.
To start, here is an example of a rare English edition:
Next, we have the Portuguese covers of two of the CHERUB books.
And now, we have three Japanese covers. Yes, that’s right, CHERUB is also available in Japan! Amazing, isn’t it? Note that the cover of Divine Madness highlights the manipulative side of cult members.
As, you can see, there’s not much difference about the Spanish covers. Unfortunately, the series hasn’t really managed to take off in Spain.
We continue through Sweden where the covers are the same as in England:
What about in Germany? The series is called ‘Top Secret’ and covers look like this:
In the USA there are currently two different styles of covers; here’s one:
In Denmark, the covers are… special:
In Serbia the cover of Divine Madness shows the end of the book where the Ark is destroyed and there are helicopters flying around the area.
… or in the Netherlands:
Here, the cover of Man vs Beast from Turkey, is nearly identical to the original:
Here is the current cover of the first and ninth CHERUB Books from Thailand.
The Norweigian covers are also similar to the English covers:
Book 5 from Slovakia:
Finally, we have the cover of the final book from Poland:
As a little bonus, we’ve added some Polish Henderson’s Boys covers for you too!
So there it is! We have finished our tour around the world through 15 countries. Which country has the best covers? Let us know your favourite in the comments section below.
Original article here: http://campuscherub.com/blog/actualites/4157