Who knew the Kardashians were keeping up with young-adult literature?
Big ups to InTouch, who uncovered Scott Disick's secret past as a teen-novel cover model! Scott, who has two children with Kourtney Kardashian, graced several installments of Lauren Brooke's "Heartland" series, published by Scholastic in the early 2000s.
The 29-year-old reality star, however, isn't the only celeb to have covered a YA novel. From Mean Girls to tributes, check out a few familiar faces after the jump!
"Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls" by Ann M. Martin
At 30 years old, actress Kirsten Dunst hasn't needed a babysitter for the better part of two decades, but back in the 1980s, that role was apparently filled by Claudia Kishi. The then-toddler posed for the cover of the series' second novel. "My first cover was a book in the 'Babysitter's Club' series, 'Claudia Gets a Phantom Phone Call,'" Kirsten told Parade. "I was a child model slash actress and I did it strictly for the money."
"Sweet Valley High" series by Francine Pascal
Before she entered the arena as District 1 tribute Glimmer in "The Hunger Games," Leven Rambin was pulling double duty as teen twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield on the revamped covers for Francine Pascal's long-running "Sweet Valley High" series. But playing sisters was nothing new for the actress, who was twice nominated for a Daytime Emmy for her portrayal of half-sibs Lily Montgomery and Ava Benton on the soap "All My Children."
"The Victoria Martin" trilogy by Francine Pascal
Francine Pascal novels are apparently fertile breeding ground for future stars. "Les Miserables" actress Amanda Seyfried posed for a trio of covers, "My Mother Was Never a Kid," "My First Love and Other Disasters" and "Love & Betrayal & Hold the Mayo." Fetch, indeed.
Any other celebrity YA covers we should know about?