LEGO 100 Ways to Rebuild the World Book Coming in October

Rebuild the World

This is something that you may want to add to your checklist of must-have LEGO books for 2020. DK Publishing will be launching its next LEGO-themed book that goes hand-in-hand with The LEGO Group’s initiative of fostering creativity among young children. The LEGO 100 Ways to Rebuild the World book echoes LEGO’s mission of nurturing the creative skills of the next generation.

The LEGO 100 Ways to Rebuild the World is not just about playing with LEGO bricks but also incorporating life lessons and skills such as taking care of the environment, valuing the importance of both flora and fauna, and encouraging others around us to do the same. And of course, this is done by creatively using LEGO bricks as a medium.

If you want this hardcover added to your collection, then you might be interested to know that it is currently listed via Amazon and is slated for release in October. You may pre-order the LEGO 100 Ways to Rebuild the World for $14.99. Click on the link below to know more.

LEGO 100 Ways to Rebuild the World: Get Inspired to Make the World an Awesome Place!

Pre-order for $14.99; slated to be released on October 20, 2020.

A children’s guide to being a good citizen and making the world a better place, with 100 LEGO®-inspired activities.

You’re never too young to change the world.

Discover 100 fun, practical ideas to be kind, be bold and make the world an awesome place – all while getting creative with your LEGO® bricks.

From making a neighbor a LEGO thank-you card to planting bee-friendly flowers, learn how to make little changes to help you, your family, your friends, and your community. Each idea encourages you to build with your LEGO bricks and minifigures – and to be inspired to make a difference in the real world around you.

Build a LEGO tree for inspiration and then help plant a real tree. Create a LEGO emoji to make your friends smile. Gather up your family and play a LEGO game together. Make a LEGO desk pot to help keep your room tidy. Learn about endangered animals and build your favorite ones with LEGO bricks. How will you start to rebuild the world?

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Author: Albert Balanza

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