Brick Pals is a family of four LEGO® fans: a dad, a mom, and two sons. They live in San Diego, California. They love reading and building with LEGO® bricks.
Brick ABC: An Alphabet Book Illustrated with Lego Bricksby Brick Pals
Brick ABC is an alphabet book illustrated with LEGO® bricks. The purpose of this book is to motivate little LEGO® fans to learn their ABC's by matching the words with the LEGO® objects. The ABC letters and a scene for each letter are built with LEGO® bricks in a simple and fun way. Words and short descriptions are given for each scene. Parents… See more details below
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Brick ABC is an alphabet book illustrated with LEGO® bricks. The purpose of this book is to motivate little LEGO® fans to learn their ABC's by matching the words with the LEGO® objects. The ABC letters and a scene for each letter are built with LEGO® bricks in a simple and fun way. Words and short descriptions are given for each scene. Parents can also read to their children and ask them to point at the pictures to find the objects.
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- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 7 MB
- Age Range:
- 5 - 11 Years
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Happy reading and happy building! Nice for both young and old LEGO fans.
Really cute and nice for little children to learn the ABC's with fun. I have the hard copy book as well as the kindle e-book. The kindle version is about the same as the real book, with each alphabet letter (built with LEGO bricks) and the embedded words on the left page, and the picture containing the relevant objects (also built with LEGOs) on the right page. The format of the nook/Smashwords version is different from the hard copy book. Here the alphabet letter is on one page, followed by the text on a separate page, and then the picture on another page. I think this is the requirement of Smashwords that the text should be reflowable (cannot be embedded in a picture). This makes the matching between the words and the objects in the next page a little difficult. But still it is very cute. A lot of effort must have been put to make the book, plus it's free, so I give it a 5 star.
We're big fans of Lego so I thought this would be fun for the grand kids. The formatting is very poor; the alphabet letter and pictures do not show up together like they would in a book - letter and words the on left page, picture on right. Deleting it.