On the left we have FLIRTING WITH BOYS by Hailey Abbott, published by Harper Teen in April 2009, and on the right is THE SECRET LIFE OF PRINCE CHARMING, published by Deb Caletti, Simon Pulse - in April 2009. Oops.
GIRL MEETS GOD, by Lauren F. Winner, a memoir, (Random House, 2003) used the same cover photo as the paperback edition of Andrew Trees' novel ACADEMY X (Bloomsbury 2007).
I found these on Pop Culture Junkie, by Alea, pointed out to me by the sharp-eyed, ever-researching SO. There are more:
BUNCO BABES TELL ALL (2009) and CUTTING LOOSE (2008) used the same photo of three "babes" running into the surf, but it's not as egregious because the covers have other elements besides the photos. And DISCOVERING PIG MAGIC by Julie Crabtree (Milkweed 2008) uses the same kids-on-dock photo as Judy Blume's HERE'S TO YOU, RACHEL ROBERTSON (Laurel Leaf, 1995) - but in a different format, and 13 years apart. (You can see Alea's comparisons here and here.) And Popsicles with one bite gone are apparently hot, and no less than three book covers used the same shot of hands loosely clasped.
If my young adult paperback came out the same month as a certain other young adult paperback, with essentially the same cover - I wouldn't be exactly thrilled. Yikes.
Note: See my new post about authors Persia Walker and Dianne McKinney-Whetstone ending up at a book signing side by side with nearly identical covers.