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Cool Creations in 35 Pieces
by Sean Kenney
Creativity knows no bounds! LEGO artist Sean Kenney reuses the same thirty-five LEGO bricks to create a variety of images in all categories: vehicles, spaceships, home accessories, animals, nature, robots, and many other subjects. This new LEGO offering is sure to spark imagination and encourage kids to think outside the box, which is the message that Sean strongly promote ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 10th 2013 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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COOL CREATIONS IN 35 PIECES by Sean Kenney is an interesting Children's Book/LEGO. Age level: 4-8,Grade Level: Preschool-3. #6 in his LEGO Art Work series. 32 pages packed full of information,designs and great ideas for both young and old,if you enjoy LEGO's of course. Who doesn't enjoy his childhood memories? What a delightful book with inventive ideas on how to build LEGO cities,buildings,aliens,and so much more with only 35 LEGO pieces. Young and old alike will delight and enjoy in this book. ...more
There is only one word to describe this book - WOW! This is definitely to book that will bring out your inner child (note for parents/adults) and inspire your creativity. Sean Kenney will take you on a journey by showing you 75 models he has constructed by just using a minimum of 25 Lego pieces. Who have thought you could create things like a camera, an electric guitar, a bat and a frog out of Lego pieces? After reading this book, I am beginning to regret not keeping my own Lego sets from childh ...more
This is one in a series of Lego books on a variety of topics. I liked that there were so many things that could be made out of a small number of pieces-- my son's Legos seemed so different from the ones I had. I had a box of basic pieces, but all of his seemed to come in very specific, geek-oriented kits. The only problem with this would be finding the 35 specific pieces, but once those were put together, I think this would be a great guide to have.
Jul 27, 2014 Sharon Lawler rated it really liked it
Legos, and all the variations, are more popular than ever, and that makes this book indispensable for home, school or library programs. The 35 pieces are identified in the first pages, and from there photographs guide you in assembling all sorts of items, from spacecraft to household objects.
Used this book today with the LEGO building group at the library. I challenged my builders to create using only 35 pieces and it worked pretty well, I must say! It's great to challenge their thinking from time to time. (Oh and the mini-figs counted as one piece, by the way!)
Sean Kenney, author of Cool Robots and Cool Cars and Trucks, likes to prove you can build anything with LEGO bricks. He makes sculptures and models out of LEGOs at his studio in New York City, and his work has inspired kids to create great things themselves. He is recognized as one of the premier LEGO brick builders in the world.More about Sean Kenney...