choice."New Moon- The flower, said by Stephenie Meyer, atllaucy doesn't have a symbolic meaning.In the words of Stephenie Meyer: That is a ruffled tulip. As for the meaning If you've read the Twilight FAQ, you know that the apple cover had a lot of meaning for me, and I was an active part of the covering process. However, that experience is more the exception than the rule in the publishing world. Something to keep in mind if you intend to embark on a career as a writer: lots of things you might expect to be under your control are not. Covers, for example. Those are mostly up to the publisher and the marketing and sales departments. So I don't know what the tulip means—I didn't have anything to do with this one."Eclipse- The ribbon, symbolizing Bella, is breaking, as she's being torn in half between Edward and Jacob.Breaking Dawn- In the words of Stephenie Meyer: Breaking Dawn's cover is a metaphor for Bella's progression throughout the entire saga. She began as the weakest (at least physically, when compared to vampires and werewolves) player on the board: the pawn. She ended as the strongest: the queen. In the end, it's Bella that brings about the win for the Cullens."hope this helps!!