Gorgeous, whimsical photography by Andrew Knapp gives this book a visual appeal that captures the popular vintage look of Instagram snapshots with a higher quality photo and a professional eye for composition.
The “game” aspect of finding Momo on page after page will appeal to a wider audience than a standard art/photo book—kids especially will love hunting for Momo’s furry little face over and over.
Photographer Andrew Knapp has already amassed a considerable following on his Find Momo blog and Instagram feed (90,500+) who will be drawn to the all-new, book-exclusive content.
Momo himself has a playful personality that comes through in every picture—plus, he’s downright adorable. He’s like William Wegman’s Fay—for a new generation of readers.
The book crosses over multiple readerships—kids will enjoy it, but adults will appreciate the quality and feel of the photography. The overall aesthetic of the book is more sophisticated than many of the other pet-photo books on the market. It’s a book for Momo’s fans, dog lovers, parents and kids ages 4 to 8, as well as nature and photography buffs!
Affordable price point. Great gift and self-purchase!
Praise for Find Momo and Find Momo Coast to Coast
“The canine answer to Where's Waldo? Momo is a hide-and-seek savant whom you'll have fun trying to spot in Find Momo Coast to Coast.”—Every Day with Rachael Ray
“Once you start searching, it’s hard to stop.”—Family Circle
“It's the cutest game of hide and seek ever!”—New York Daily News
“Andrew Knapp[‘s]… compositional eye and flair for unique landscapes form as much of the book’s charm as its hide-and-seek star.” —The Sudbury Star
“The perfect treat for adults and children alike, Find Momo will delight and warm the hearts of even the toughest folks.” —Canadian Living
“Like a canine version of Where’s Waldo, each of Andrew Knapp’s gorgeous, dreamlike photographs hides a well camouflaged Momo.” —Modern Dog
“A fun collection of whimsical photos that invite readers to spot the clever canine in a variety of settings.” —Southern Seasons
“In a modern-day game of Where’s Waldo?, [Andrew Knapp] takes viewers on a photo adventure that blends incredible urban and countryside landscape photography with a hidden Momo somewhere in the photo. Together, the duo helps you appreciate the beautiful little moments life has to offer.” —My Modern Met
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