Find Momo Coast to Coast
A Photography Book
Play hide-and-seek with Instagram’s favorite border collie, hiding in every page of this book of beautiful landscape photography.
Momo, the adorable border collie who hides in the photography of his best buddy, Andrew Knapp, is on a 15,000-mile road trip. And you’re invited for a coast-to-coast game of hide-and-seek! Look for Momo hiding in Grand Central Station, in front of the White House, on the streets of San Francisco, and amid quirky back-road wonders that only these seasoned travelers could find.
In this follow-up to Find Momo, their smash hit first book, Momo and Andrew share a continent-spanning collection of gorgeous new images never seen on their (insanely popular) Instagram feed. Find Momo Coast to Coast is part game, part photography book, part road-trip journal … and a whole lot of fun!
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Just to be clear I could not stop thinking of the meme while I was reading this
Review: Find Momo Coast to Coast, by Andrew Knapp
It isn't normally the type of book I'd pick up to "read", especially to read and wind up reviewing, but I make exceptions every now and then. This is a book of photography based around a road trip across two countries and a dog that loves to hide for photos. Seemed like a fun book to take a look at.
Find Momo Coast to Coast is full of some great photographs from various tourist attractions and many places from across the United States and Canada from when Momo, a border collie, and Andrew Knapp took a road trip. On their own, the photographs are worth checking out. With the addition of the game, a Where's Waldo type game, of finding Momo in each photo, it's an even better book to take a look at.
It's this mix of game and serious photographic journey that I enjoyed most. There's even an "answer key" in the back of the book for those who need help spotting Momo. Long with the answer, in the back the location of each photo is listed. For me, I'd personally have liked the location given with each photo. That was my only real pet peeve when looking through the book. I found myself flipping back and forth from the photos to the answer key to find out where it was taken. I would have liked that information paired up with the photo to help keep my flow through the book. It's a minor thing really, but it's part of the experience. I'm not sure how well it'll work in the ebook format. So maybe something to take note of when choosing which format to purchase if you do so.
I see that there's a book called Find Momo that came out before this one. I think I'll try tracking that one down to enjoy soon. I'm sure it'll be just as great of an addition to my collection as this one.
It's a very easy and kinda hard book
It's a very easy and kinda hard book overall BEST BOOK EVER A MUST HAVE