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Isogawa Yoshihito is a LEGO luminary with 42 years of experience. He began writing computer manuals while at the Tokyo University of Science and founded Isogawa Studio, Inc. soon after. He has twice won the grand prize in the Japan Manual Contest held by the Japan Technical Communicators Association and he has won outstanding performance awards many times. He currently lives in Tokyo.
Great pictures to help direct your lego nut into trying new ideas.
This book would also be useful for FIRST LEGO teams, as it explains how to use gears, which is useful for MINDSTORMS robot builders.
Many of our readers draw considerable inspiration from the pictures of Isogawa's models alone and I hope that you will, too.
This book, along with the other two in this series, are a wonderful addition to the library of anyone who loves LEGO. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Christopher Lampman
Great ideas and samples to get you thinking of the possibilities.Published 1 month ago by TonyDymnd
It was a great book for kid wanting to take it to the next level of building.Published 1 month ago by Cathy Way
My creative 9 y.o. LEGO fanatic did not find it helpful, inspiring or engaging. It says it is for 'all ages' but perhaps too old for him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cc
This book contains no instructions but instructs through a series of pictures, showing how a model is laid out from a few different view points. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Boerhout
I was hoping for something more but this is merely pictures of assembled pieces. No direction as to putting them together and no ideas as to what their applications could be for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pen Name