Review for LEGO Life Hacks

Review for LEGO Life Hacks

LEGO Life Hacks, Julia March, LEGO, Building, Crafts, Non-FictionI received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

I love LEGO and so this book had to be downloaded. Sure, with all these fun life hacks I would need to get some normal LEGO stuff as well, my husband and I generally only buy sets and while those do give some spare parts… it is not enough to make these items. So I am really considering getting some separate LEGO so I can try to build things in books.

This book features a lot of fun builds that you can make on your own with handy and often clear instructions on what bricks you need (and otherwise there is a handy guide at the end of the book with all bricks needed/necessary). From a tablet stand with cute seats so your mini-figs can watch along to a stationery stand for all your pencils/pens to treasure chests and pointers. There are a lot of fun builds in this book and I had fun seeing what the next project would be. I liked that the book was split up in themes, that makes it handy to just go to the section you may want to check out.

I really liked that this one also featured some extra instructions on how to customise things. Like give you ideas colourwise or in regards to themes. I really liked that those were added, though frankly, haha, without instructions I just cannot build LEGO easily. My mind is just not wired for that.

But there were a few builds that just didn’t have instructions? But those were the ones I really wanted to make. Like the Emergency Brick Separator Box that would, with the press of a button, open up and give you that much needed Brick Separator. I wanted to know how to make that!

All in all, this was a good book and I am sure it will be a hit with young and old LEGO lovers.

Star rating, 3.5 stars

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