The LEGO Ideas Book Hardcover – Sep 19 2011
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"…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
About the Author
Daniel Lipkowitz is a LEGO(R) Group Senior Writer and story developer. He writes for LEGO Master Builder Academy and LEGO Club Magazine, creates characters and storylines for new LEGO themes, and writes scripts for animated LEGO movies and videos. He is also the author of DK's bestselling The LEGO Book. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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This book is simply amazing and contains numerous ideas where you and your kids can build from. Not only will it give you building tips but you will find ideas that will spark your own imagination. The book is divided in six sections full of construction ideas.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles cover any vehicles that you can think off.
Town & Country will guide you in how to build a building whether it is in town or in the country.
Out of this World is a section that will present anything from out of space.
In Days of Old will bring back in time and guide you in building Medieval structures.
A World of Adventure will bring you into the world of pirates, Vikings, the jungle as well as robots.
Make & Keep will guide you in building useful items like desk organizers or board games.
Each section always star by presenting some of the bricks you might need to complete the ideas included in it. Some people might find that it is unfortunate that some pieces are not easy to get and I understands their problem. Recently, I saw a marvelous box of Lego at Wal-Mart and checked to see if strange pieces were included in it. There was not many out of the ordinary pieces unfortunately. I would have consider getting the box if it would have been the case. I am still thinking I might purchase it because the bricks I had when I was younger are older and break easily. But not having special pieces to build the ideas in this book could be discouraging.Read more ›
When he had finished, I asked him if he would be able to make the models pictured with the the Lego he currently owns. To my delight, he again went through the book and - although most of the concepts use specialized parts that he does not have - he pointed to almost all of the photos while saying that yes, he would be able to make this one and that one.... etc.
This book may save the planet (well, perhaps your house), from being buried under Lego.
Most recent customer reviews
beautiful colours. great pictures excellent price for such a large hard cover!!! comes in book sleeve will help last for years!Published 22 days ago by Daniel F
Full of ideas but some requires special blocks we don't really have.Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
The book is great but it took a lot longer to receive than it said it wouldPublished 4 months ago by Sandy