LEGO Play Book

Ideas to Bring Your Bricks to Life

By Daniel Lipkowitz
(DK CHILDREN, Hardcover, 9781465414120, 200pp.)

Publication Date: August 19, 2013

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Building on the success of wildly popular The LEGO® Ideas Book, LEGO Play Book has all-new ways to encourage kids to think, build, and play creatively.

Featuring more than 200 different builds, this fun guide inspires readers with LEGO ideas to bring their bricks to life while encouraging them to use their imagination and play in new ways, creating amazing LEGO models of their very own. Featuring a mixture of simple, medium, and complex models, LEGO Play Book will teach builders tips and tricks to get the most out of their blocks. All-new models along with all-new photography spark new play ideas and LEGO creations.

There are "ten-minute builds" for quick play sessions, a "cool brick" feature with ideas for using key LEGO bricks, and a "handful of bricks" section exploring what can be done with a limited collection of LEGO bricks. This book is fantastic for any LEGO builder looking to be inspired to build and create.




Praise For LEGO Play Book

"The LEGO Play Book makes it easier to think of ideas to build. This gift is a great gift to peak the imagination." — Family Time Magazine

"It'll be a long time before you scratch your head, wondering what to build next, with the LEGO Play Book." — Wired.com

"Calling all Lego enthusiasts, this book is chock full of new ideas for builds, tips on using oddly shaped pieces, all while encouraging readers to use their most valuable tool, their own imaginations." — The Press Citizen

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