Best LEGO books for kids

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Best LEGO books for kids

Love tinkering, building, or playing with LEGOs?! Check out these great books to encourage exploration and creativity:

    • Bedford, Allan.
      The unofficial LEGO builder’s guide
      Summary:What exactly is a slope? What’s the difference between a tile and a plate? Why is it bad to simply stack bricks in columns to make a wall? The Unofficial LEGO Builder’s Guide is here to answer your questions. Focusing on building actual models with real bricks, this book comes with complete instructions to build several cool models but also encourages you to use your imagination to create your own fantastic creations. Also includes the Brickopedia, a visual dictionary of nearly 300 of the most commonly used LEGO elements.

    • Elsmore, Warren.
      Brick vehicles : amazing air, land, and sea machines to build from Lego®
      Summary:A journey into the ingenious modes of transportation around the world, from the invention of the first wheeled vehicles to the shuttles of the future. Over 60 vehicles in LEGO brick form from around the world are showcased. Clear instructions for the smaller models are included.

    • Kenney, Sean
      Cool creations in 35 pieces
      Summary:“What can you build with just 35 LEGO bricks? Sean Kenney shows you 75 models he has made using some of the most common pieces available. Follow the instructions, tips, and techniques to create whatever you can imagine”–Page [4] of cover.

    • Kenney, Sean
      Cool city
      Summary:Learn how to make city scenes from LEGOs with the help of Sean Kenney, a LEGO-certified professional.

    • Kenney, Sean.
      Amazing abc
      Summary:A sturdy alphabet board book features vivid photographs of colorful LEGO creations designed for particular appeal to toddlers, in a visual primer comprised of easily recognizable LEGO depictions of everything from an Apple to a Zipper.

    • Kenney, Sean.
      Cool robots
      Summary:Master LEGO brick designer Kenney is back with original creations of Robotopolis–robots, transformers, and spaceships. Includes select model instructions, insider tips, and landscape designs for LEGO fans.

    • Lipkowitz, Daniel
      LEGO play book : Ideas to bring your bricks to life
      Summary:“From enchanted forests to rampaging robots, LEGO Play Book is packed with inspiring models and ideas from LEGO fan builders. Discover tips and tricks for better building techniques. Beat the clock with simple and speedy Quick Builds. Take on your friends with fun LEGO challenges. Spark new play ideas with story-themed chapters.” –Back cover.

    • Lipkowitz, Daniel.
      The LEGO ideas book : you can build anything!
      Summary:Features all-new LEGO® building projects, tips to supplement and enhance your LEGO creations, inspirational builds, and expert advice from LEGO Master Builders.,Divided into six themed chapters–transportation, buildings, space, kingdoms, adventure and useful makes–a guide filled with hints and tips from Master Builders helps LEGO fans create new projects from kits intended for specific builds.

    • Yoshihito, Isogawa.
      Simple Machines.
      Summary:Offering hundreds of ideas and examples for building mechanisms with TECHNIC, this volume focuses on gears and power transmission. The book is color throughout, with little to no text accompanying its diagrams.