Lego Animal Atlas

 

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Lego Animal Atlas by Rona Skene
Published by DK Books|Penguin
Date: 28 May 2018
R.R.P. $35.00

 

 

 

If you or your young one love creating with Lego and love books with new ideas then this is perfect for you.  This Lego book by DK is full of colour, Lego, ideas, creations and inspiration for all your Lego blocks.

This book is more than just about getting creative ideas but also has habitat facts, such as information about what lives on The Great Barrier Reef, and the Himalayas being the worlds tallest mountains.  This animal atlas shares with us animals from all over the world and tells us about each one in the different sections – did you know that Blue Island Crabs will eat just about anything that is by its nest, including fruit, leaves and even other crabs?

Watch me build a Lego Giraffe

Just when you think this book cannot get any better there is a page about all the Lego bricks that are useful for making animals, I think this is a great idea to help with ideas for building up your collection and knowing how to use bricks you may already have.  I never knew it was possible to make so many animals from across the world.

My favourite part of the book has to be the pack of Lego, this is used alongside the instructions in the book for making a giraffe, panda, penguin and Kangaroo.  What a fun way to start learning how to make Lego animals.

I recommend this for any age, but for sound comprehension the recommendation is age 6+, I know I had fun having a play and might just have to pull my childhood Lego Collection out.

Thank you Penguin Books and DK for the opportunity to read and honestly review this book.


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