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Anno's U.S.A. by Mitsumasa Anno
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Oct 06, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: international

This picture is covered from top to bottom with illustrations which tells the story of Anno's journey through the United States. I love the way that Anno begins from the West and travels East.

Interesting point is that Mitsumasa Anno is from Japan so it would make sense to travel West to East since it is closer to Japan.

The pictures are hilarious. Each page gives us recognizable figures that associate themselves with that particular part of the USA. Anno sees Native Americans, skyscrapers, busy roads, mountains, Waldo (from Where's Waldo),etc. It's enjoyable as an American reader, however, it would be interesting to see what a immigrant my think of this or a reader from another country can draw from this book.

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