- File Size: 66371 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Publisher: DK Children (September 19, 2011)
- Publication Date: September 19, 2011
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B087GXJ6C3
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- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #217,785 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fun for all ages
Discover building ideas to suit all abilities and ages, learn new ways to approach building with LEGO bricks. Unlock your imagination and become a better LEGO builder!
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|Ideal for ages||7-11 years||7-11 years||7-11 years||7-11 years|
|Number of build ideas||320+||500+||500+||65|
|Example chapters and themes||The Wild West, Fantasy Land, The Real World||Transport, Buildings, Space, Kingdoms||Once Upon A Time, A Small World, Go Wild||Animals, Sports, Games, Tricks and Pranks|
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About the Author
"…full of cool creations…" — The Washington Post
"If you're a LEGO fanatic (or know one), The LEGO Ideas Book is worth taking a look at." — Wired.com--This text refers to the hardcover edition.
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While he doesn't always make something exactly like the picture, the point is, he is using his imagination and not staring at a screen. He also learns to improvise if we don't have a particular piece.
A really neat book for Lego lovers looking for extra ideas. Would also make an awesome coffee table book.
They come packaged with the right amount of pieces that you assemble in one way to create the design advertised...
The problem that comes with that is that in reality, kids destroy it really fast and then lose several pieces... So basically, it's done.. You build it once and unless you glue it, you will never build it again...
This book is relevant because its purpose is to inspire kids to build new items with a variety of pieces... So at the end, I find the purchase more relevant.
Little kid loves it because it gives him details of how specific lego shapes can be strategically used to make realistic representations of anything.
For the sale price <$10 it's a no brainer.
Top international reviews
This book only provided you with images of things to build, no building instructions
Most of the pictures include pieces that don't come in a typical lego box.
Maybe a good book for a lego enthusiast who can use their imagination to build what they see
Be inspired to build something!