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The LEGO Adventure Book, Vol. 1 [Print Replica] [Format Kindle]

Megan H. Rothrock

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Unleash your imagination as you journey through the wide-ranging world of LEGO building with The LEGO Adventure Book. This inspiring tour is filled with bright visuals, step-by-step breakdowns of 25 models, and nearly 200 example models from the world's best builders. Learn to build robots, trains, medieval villages, spaceships, airplanes, and much more. Whether you're brand-new to LEGO or have been building for years, this book is sure to spark your imagination and motivate you to keep creating!

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What a great book 7 novembre 2012
Par Marc Exsurgent - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This hardcover was well done and the illustrations are great. My favorite Lego book used to be the Lego Ideas book by Lipkowitz but after turning the pages on this one I think I have found a new favorite. The step by step instructions are easy to follow and the designers that participated in this are top notch. If you are a Lego fan or have a Lego fan in your circle of friends and family, this is a MUST BUY.

PS: It has that new book smell that I love.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting book BUT. . . 26 février 2013
Par KNCS - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a very interesting book but, in my opinion, it is definitely NOT for the amateur (or young) Lego enthusiast. Most--if not all--of the examples in the book require a variety of Lego bricks and parts--some of which, I am not sure are easily obtainable. So, do note that if you would like to attempt to build what is in the book, then more than likely you WILL need specialty pieces that may or many not be available.

I bought this book for a child (my son), hoping that I would be able to guide his creativity beyond the "sets" that are currently on the market. My desire was to give inspiration for him to use his imagination and go outside of the instruction sheets. Unfortunately, after looking through this book, I immediately felt compelled to repackage it for return (without ever showing it to him). The examples were quite nice but not what I would call inspirational for the average Lego fan. None of the pieces seemed random (ex. the perfect looking, color-coordinated green dinosaur). . .and none of the examples showed what it would look like if the average Jo(anna) used what (s)he had on hand after combining several random sets (i.e., multi-colored stegosaurus that is missing half of its back plates and a leg!). So, to avoid the frustration of having to explain to my son why we WOULD NOT be purchasing a 1000+ more pieces just to attempt to build what was in the book. . .or why his dinosaur would NEVER look like the example, I decided to return it and look for another alternative.

Anyway, I do think that the book is a great concept (I enjoyed looking at the pictures and thinking about what I would build if I had the opportunity to raid a Lego store). . .but I am not sure that I can recommend it as being a good option for inspiring outside-of-the-Lego-Box creativity for average builders like myself and son. In my opinion, a good Lego book would include varying levels and degrees of difficulty and examples where the average Lego fan (both young and old, amateur and pro) can look inside and find inspiration to make their pieces work towards building different models and designs. And the examples would use fewer specialty pieces and depict multi-colored specimens--unlike the perfectly matched bricks and parts that are used in the examples in this book.

So, despite the good looking examples, this is the reason why I gave it two stars and cannot recommend it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lego Creations for Any Age! 5 novembre 2012
Par Ranchwood - Publié sur Amazon.com
I recently received The Lego Adventure Book. The book is filled with 25 different models that you can construct from different Lego pieces, plus there are examples of other ideas as well. My 9 year old son absolutely loves this books. He carries it around with him and his creative juices are flowing! He made the small brick bot from the book and now he wants to build the T-Rex. Kids of any age (and adults too) will love this book! The pictures take you step by step to build each model and lets you know what pieces you will need. The illustrations are fun and entertaining as well.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ramp UP the Fun! 9 novembre 2012
Par Carolyn Warren - Publié sur Amazon.com
Let your imagination run wild with The LEGO Adventure book: Cars, Castles, Dinosaurs & More! This is a big, impressive book that every Lego lover is going to want to get their hands on. All 200 pages are filled with large, glossy, colorful photographs to inspire and amaze.

The first chapter shows you, step by step, how to set up a home base. The LEGO avatar, Megs, says she's calling it the idea lab. Then it's on to the LEGO town. Here Megs meets Craig, the aircraft parts manager. He shows Megs (and the reader) how to build a San Francisco-style cable car, coffee shop, zoo buggy, bridge, two-story house, and garage. The house could be a bakery or store instead--it's all up to you.

Once the garage is done, you're ready for hot rods and cool rides. These are impressive vehicles, complete with exposed engines to show off your craftsmanship.

Do you prefer flying? You won't be disappointed as Jon demonstrates how to construct the Skywolf, Gryphon, Scarlet Fury, Viper, Skyhammer, and Steel Wind. Jon offers a good building tip: "Make sure that your minifigure can fit into the cockpit before you build too much of your place!"

Throughout the book, helpful building tips guide the LEGO builder. For example, in the chapter showing how to build the action figure Counterbalance, the tip says, "Of course, your mecha doesn't have to have two identical arms. How about adding a rocket pod or a power sword instead?"

Each chapter is designed by a different avatar, which are representations of the actual LEGO enthusiast from an international community.

This book has something for everyone. If you prefer medieval, there's a whole village, complete with hilltop tower, castle, market, woodsman's cottage, and even a stagecoach.

There's so much more, but you get my drift. Everything from a train to a thinking tower is here. Your creativity is guaranteed to be bumped up with the abundance of ideas. Whether you're new to LEGO building or an experienced engineer, you'll be delighted. Both my husband and our grandson loved this book. I suggest picking up at least two: one for yourself and one to give as a gift.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fun Idea-Starter 10 décembre 2012
Par Erica - Publié sur Amazon.com
I recently had an opportunity to delve into some incredibly fun Lego guidebooks-- and this one is easily my favorite.

I've always wished I could look at a pile of LEGOs and see all of the creative opportunities, but honestly I need some guideposts. This book is a colorful, imaginative introduction to some very buildable, very creative projects. Each is approachable, not overly complicated-- but they're still projects I wouldn't have dreamed up by myself. A great place to start.

I recommend this for LEGO fans of any age, especially those like me who love the sets, but need a little more hand-holding when it comes to free builds. Great for kids, but fun for adults (like me!) as well.
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