“The LEGO Adventure Book” by Megan H. Rothrock in its second volume helps young and adult LEGO fans in building spaceships, sleek cars, pirate shelters, fierce dragons and a lot more.
Although LEGOs are considered toys, they’re also used for play by older people, and even for business purposes.
However, though you may even find this book useful for some innovative business presentation, its main audience will still be kids due to the most motives that are discussed on its pages.
Trying more than hundred projects included inside is great way for fostering children's creativity and innovation. Also what’s nicely made is fact there isn’t a lot of text, instead instructions are provided in graphical way allowing younger readers who are not so skilled in reading easy usage of book.
On the other hand, don’t expect to found exactly how many bricks of each size you need to take for each step of building process, because this book encourages the kids’ creation, rather than telling exact and detailed step-by-step process in terms of each LEGO brick.
However, following the instructions is extremely simple and your children will certainly feel proud when they complete first of the projects included in the book.
Due to the above-mentioned “The LEGO Adventure Book” is different from the standard schemes that come with LEGO sets or official LEGO guides, but if you’re looking for a book that will be most favorable for the development of your children creative abilities, this book in my opinion is a better choice.
I believe the author of the book deliberately put some models that will appeal to LEGO adult fans. Therefore, together with the first book in the Adventure series, this creative guide can be fully recommended to anyone who likes to spend time playing and creating with small entertaining LEGO bricks.