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The Lego Ideas Book: Unlock Your Imagination (Inglés) Pasta dura – 19 sep 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
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Discover new and creative building ideas, tips, and tricks for your LEGO(R) 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.
LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. (c)2016 The LEGO Group. All rights reserved.
Produced by DK Publishing under license from the LEGO Group.
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Six stunning chapters cover:
- Vehicles of all shapes and sizes
- Buildings, from houses and farms to furniture and bridges
- Space, with attack ships, moon buggies, and aliens
- Castles to defend or invade
- Fantasy, including pirate ships, robots, and jungle temples
- Practical makes, from picture frames to treasure chests
The LEGO Ideas Book
Unlock Your Imagination
Be inspired by LEGO fan builders to create amazing LEGO models! The LEGO Ideas Book is a visual treasury of building ideas, tips, and tricks to inspire your own brick creations. Inside its pages you will find medieval castles, intergalactic spaceships, dastardly pirate ships, soaring jet planes—and much, much more!
- 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!
Bricks for Adventure
In your world of adventure, anything is possible. Swinging vines, towering ships, and hi-tech robots all have a place in your LEGO world. Here are some bricks that might be useful when building your fantastic adventures, but search your own collection for cool pieces, and use them! What else can you build?
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The one thing that's missing is the instructions - this is not an instruction manual. Also, unlike Sean Kenney's smaller books (Cool City,Cool Cars and Trucks, and Cool Robots), this is a big book - nearly 200 pages! Like Sean's books, this book is filled with photos of LEGO creations. Like Sean's books, the intent of the book is to give you ideas on how to build things. You'll find that a lot of ideas can be crammed into 200 pages.
The book is broken up into sections, essentially these are: vehicles, buildings, spaceships & robots, castles, pirates & adventure, and real world creations. This last section is very interesting, showing you things such as picture frames and pencil holders made out of LEGO. As you can see, like the old LEGO Idea book, this book hits on many of LEGO's core themes.
Each of the sections starts out with a two page spread of useful parts that can be used to build creations in that section. I found that even these pages gave me ideas and started me thinking on how a particular part could be used. After that you'll find a number of creations beautifully photographed, often with multiple views which come in handy if you are attempting to reverse engineer one of the creations so that you can build it yourself. I can't tell you how many times I've looked at a LEGO truck and wished I could see how the frame was built. The multiple angle photos in this book help so that you won't experience that problem. At the end of each section, you'll find a few pages where you "Meet the Builder." These include some interview style questions where you learn about the builder who wrote a particular section of the book. I was surprised to find that one of the builders is only 18!
I think LEGO fans of all ages will enjoy the book, but young children might have a hard time handling the book due to its size. The lack of instructions also mean that it is probably more suited to an experienced LEGO builder - either an older child or a parent who enjoys building with younger children. My six year old son enjoys paging through the book, but it's a bit much for my 3 year old to handle. Neither would be able to build anything in this book without my help.
Overall, I think this is another great book option to inspire LEGO builders - but remember this book is about ideas and imagination - and you can't write instructions for that. If you know what you are buying, I think you'll really like this book, but don't expect it to be what it is not. If you want instructions, try one of the Brickmaster books such as LEGO City Brickmaster.
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.