Thursday, November 20, 2014
LEGO: For the Child in All of Us
Are you a LEGO fan? Those ubiquitous toy bricks have found their way into the library system! You can search the catalog using the word "Lego" to find all varieties of goodies, but we've also rounded up a list of some of the latest titles below.
We have books!
Dolphin Rescue adapted by Tracey West
LEGO Star Wars: The Dark Side by Daniel Lipkowitz
Robot Rampage by Greg Farshtey
Tribes of Chima by Ruth Amos
Build Your Own Galaxy: The Big Unofficial Lego Builder's Book by Joachim Klang, Oliver Albrecht, Lutz Uhlmann, Tim Bischoff
The LEGO Ideas Book: Unlock Your Imagination by Daniel Lipkowitz
The LEGO Book by Daniel Lipkowitz
Brick City: Global Icons to Make from Lego by Warren Elsmore
LEGO Build-It Book: Volume 1 - Amazing Vehicles by Nathanael Kuipers, Mattia Zamboni [also an eBook]
Beautiful LEGO by Mike Doyle
The Cult of LEGO by John Baichtal, Joe Meno
Brick by Brick: How LEGO Rewrote the Rules of Innovation and Conquered the Global Toy Industry by David C. Robertson with Bill Breen
Make: Lego and Arduino Projects by John Baichtal, Matthew Beckler & Adam Wolf
We have DVDs!
Lego - Ninjago and Friends
The Lego Movie
Lego Batman the Movie: DC Super Heroes Unite
Star Wars Lego: The Empire Strikes Out
Legends of CHIMA: The Lion, the Crocodile and the Power of Chi
We have items in Spanish for kids!
Las Leyendas De Chima: Comienza la leyenda by Trey King
¡A reparar ese camión! by Michael Anthony Steele
Los discos de poder by Greg Farshtey
And, last but certainly not least, if you got kids who'd like to get their hands on some bricks, our library system has 9 LEGO Clubs! Visit our Library LEGO Club page to find one near you! Age ranges vary (6-12, 2-14, 5+), so check with individual libraries for clarification.
Bricks and Minifigs Albuquerque
Lego Is for Girls [Businessweek]