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Beginner Guides for LEGO Fans

Are you new to the LEGO hobby? Browse this section for useful tips & tricks to get you started! And if you have any questions just ask! 😉

The LEGO Batman Movie books from DK

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With The LEGO Batman Movie coming out in just a few days there is a lot of excitement both amongst LEGO fans and the general public. Based on what I have heard from people who had the fortune to see the film already at various pre-screening events, it is going to be just as fun […]

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Instruction books with simple LEGO bricks

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Instead of buying more and more new LEGO sets to keep children building and engaged with their LEGO collection, you can encourage them to explore the possibilities with what they already have. The LEGO Ideas book series and the LEGO Adventure Book series are particularly excellent for older kids and teens (we have reviewed both […]

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The LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book review

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One of the fun activities of the Christmas holiday season is building your own LEGO Christmas decorations. Of course, LEGO releases various Christmas-themed sets every year, like the LEGO Winter Village collection, and small decorative sets and holiday ornaments. And, you can also build your own decorations with the help of LEGO customizers like Chris […]

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LEGO Disney Castle rotating display options

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The recently released #71040 LEGO Disney Castle is big, very big. According to the official description, it is 29” (74cm) high, 17” (44cm) wide, and 12” (31cm) deep, so we are talking about a foot-and-a-half wide, and almost three feet tall display model. That’s huge! And while it is fairly easy to find some space […]

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LEGO storage & display by Brick Innovations

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Today I wanted to share with you an interesting LEGO-related project that just launched on Kickstarter, featuring LEGO-themed building tables that also double as storage units, as well as a couple of display solutions for LEGO sets and minifigures. I have been in touch with Travis, the creator of the project, and thought that his […]

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Build Your Own Adventure – more LEGO books

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Last year DK Publishing released two interesting books; LEGO Ninjago: Build Your Own Adventure, and LEGO Friends: Build Your Own Adventure. And recently they added two more books to the line; LEGO Star Wars: Build Your Own Adventure, and LEGO City: Build Your Own Adventure. The books are similar to the discontinued LEGO BrickMaster line, […]

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Bricks Magazine Issue 15 – LEGO Technic

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The latest issue of Bricks magazine is now available, and the focus is on LEGO Technic. Bricks and Bricks Culture are very high quality LEGO magazines published by LEGO fans in the UK. Bricks is a monthly magazine with reviews, tutorials and other interesting topics, while Bricks Culture comes out four times a year and […]

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Build a lot with a little: Tiny LEGO Wonders

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Micro-building with LEGO has always been one of my favorite hobbies. You can create some very impressive models with just a handful of LEGO elements without taking up too much time, space, and financial resources. Another aspect of micro-building I really like is that building in such a small scale really highlights the shapes of […]

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