The Lego Ideas Book: Unlock Your Imagination

Discover new and creative building ideas, tips, and tricks for your LEGO® bricks with this #1 New York Times bestseller.

With more than 1 million copies sold, The LEGO Ideas Book is perfect for LEGO fans of all ages. Wired.com says, “If you’re a LEGO fanatic (or know one), The LEGO Ideas Book is worth taking a look at.”

Divided into six themed chapters—transportation, buildings, space, kingdoms, adventure, and useful makes—each section contains basic templates of key models to inspire you to create your own. Hints and tips from Master Builders can help you turn your classic car into a race car or add a bridge to your castle. Don’t be concerned if you haven’t got all the bricks you need: this book also shows how to simplify details, making this a user-friendly guide for any building ability.

A hit among parents and in classrooms for inspiring imagination and creativity, The LEGO Ideas Book has won a Teachers’ Choice Award, Parents’ Choice Award, and is a Children’s Choices Selection from the Children’s Book Council and International Literacy Association.

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Product Features

  • Hints and tips from Master Builders
  • Featuring all-new LEGO� building projects& tips to supplement your creations
  • divided into six themed chapters
  • transportation, buildings, space, kingdoms, adventure, and useful makes

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3 Responses to The Lego Ideas Book: Unlock Your Imagination

  1. Christopher Meyer says:

    Ideas, not instructions As a child of the 80’s, I remember fondly the old LEGO Idea books. In those books, there were lots of photos of LEGO creations, and instructions that showed how to build some of the models in the book. I remember the the best, that’s the one that follows Bill and Mary as they build a house, explore a city, travel to space, and then back in time to a medieval castle. When I saw the title of this book, the…

  2. T. J. Dunnigan says:

    Many children will enjoy looking at the photos and reading or having the … The description of this book is somewhat deceiving. The pages show a lot of Lego specialty pieces (from particular Lego models) that are slightly reconfigured. One would need to have purchased nearly every specialty model to build the forms shown in the book. Also, if one does happen to have the pieces needed, there are no “instructions” or steps shown to build the model shown.The book is cleverly annotated with captions and well-photographed. Many children will enjoy…

  3. Kimbrena D. Cravens says:

    GREAT book!

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