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The LEGO Ideas Book: You Can Build Anything!

The LEGO Ideas Book: You Can Build Anything!

Book rating: 03 Hardback

By (author) Daniel Lipkowitz

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  • Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd
  • Format: Hardback | 200 pages
  • Dimensions: 232mm x 274mm x 22mm | 1,080g
  • Publication date: 3 October 2011
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1405350679
  • ISBN 13: 9781405350679
  • Illustrations note: col. Illustrations
  • Sales rank: 89

Product description

Be inspired to create and build amazing models in Lego[registered]! The Lego Ideas Book is packed full of tips from expert Lego builders on how to make jet planes reach new heights, create fantastic fortresses, swing through lush jungles, have fun on the farm and send space shuttles out of this world! The book is divided into six themed chapters - transport, buildings, space, kingdoms, adventure and useful makes. With over 500 models and ideas, this book is perfect for any Lego fan - young or young at heart - who want to make their models cool, fun and imaginative.

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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.

Customer reviews

By Adina Chelom 23 Apr 2012 5

I bought this book for my 8 year old son. It has been looked at almost daily since it's purchase several months ago and lego is being played with in our home in new and exciting ways. I am so glad we got this. It has really helped to fire my sons imagination.

By Nathalie Shepherd 23 Nov 2011 5

I think this is the same book I bought for my grandson. I did flick through it (in Canberra) and thought the pictures were beautiful. My grandson thought it was out of this world!

He can now start collecting the pieces (indicated in the book) to copy some Lego airplanes, etc etc, then, he will make his own space ships, houses, viking boats, etc. I thought that, that was the aim of the book!

Wasn't it??????????? Anyway, I will get the next one from BDepository. Much cheaper.
N. Shepherd

By Jean Harris 14 Nov 2011 1

I bought this book thinking it would actually show how to make the 'ideas', however it does not, and as it was a gift for my five year old grandson for Xmas, I feel that now I will have to look for something else.

I guess, nothing actually beats being able to flick through a book and then come to a decision as to whether it is suitable.