Judging A Book By Its Cover Quotes by Alberto Manguel, George Eliot, Kathryn Erskine, E. A. Bucchianeri, Axl Rose, Elton John and many others.
At different times and in different places I have come to expect certain books to look a certain way, and, as in all fashions, these changing features fix a precise quality onto a book’s definition. I judge a book by its cover; I judge a book by its shape.
Don’t judge a book by its cover
Books are not like people. Books are safe.
If you cannot judge a book by its cover, surely we should not judge an author by one book alone?
We take it for granted we know the whole story – We judge a book by its cover and read what we want between selected lines.
George W. Bush was passionate about AIDS. And we had a 10-minute talk at the interval of a concert at the Kennedy Center about AIDS. And I was astonished about how well-informed he was and his commitment to AIDS. And so it’s the typical thing of don’t judge a book by its cover until you have read the book.
You cannot judge a book by its contents.
You can’t judge a book by its cover, though. People think I’m bad because I got tattoos or snort a little cocaine here and there. They think I’m a killer. But what if I wasn’t a killer? Then what? Don’t be tripping on me. I pay my damn taxes, OK? Chill.
Many times I have learned that, you never judge a book by its cover. Like people, it is the inside that counts.
I don’t know who Ozzy is. I wake up a new person every day.
My whole outlook on life is, never judge a book by its cover.
We judge ourselves by our intentions. And others by their actions.
I’ve always been a big fan of beauty. Sure, you can’t judge a book by its cover but who wants to have sex with a book?
We should never judge a day by its weather.