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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.
Gave my grandson lots of ideas! He has been a Lego fan for seven years now. Think he may become an architect!Published 5 months ago by Sheri Thornton
I like the book a lot I think that you will to I would recommended this book to all.I thinkPublished 7 months ago by Aidan Q Richards
Nice photos, but almost useless as a guide to create them. No directions included for building any of the items shown.Published 7 months ago by Blaine A. Jackson
Our kids are Lego blue ribbon winners from the county fair Lego contest and they still enjoyed this book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Elayne
The content is good and gives good inspiration to me but I need to many parts of lego blocks.
I wish to make all things of this book but it require various items of... Read more
Got this for my grandson's 10th birthday. he loves it and has used it often. Very creative ideas. Better than video games.Published 8 months ago by Toni Gallegan
This book gives & shows you ways to build different things with the Lego building blocks and power modules. It also allows you to add more movement to you builds.Published 9 months ago by Steven Turner
nice ideas the book is greta but needs some more information I think. I bought them my son looked at them once and there sitting around now. waste of my money as usuallyPublished 14 months ago by Lisa Ziegler
It is fun to have a book that teaches children how to use their imaginations to build things and not just follow the rules and assembly a model from a kit.Published 14 months ago by Julieann C. Barr