Join the LEGO® minifigure party and celebrate World Book Day 2019 with a bunch of wacky and wonderful LEGO characters! Laugh at the Clown’s funniest joke, discover the Monster Scientist’s favourite creation, and challenge your friends to fun LEGO activities. LEGO Minifigure Mayhem is packed full of jokes, challenges and facts about the coolest and silliest LEGO minifigure characters ever!
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Click on the image below to take a sneak peek at a few pages from LEGO Minifigure Mayhem:
Other formats available:
For braille & audio
Tel: 0303 123 9999
For large print
Tel: 0118 9838275
Reviews from Toppsta
“I would recommend this book because I loved the pictures and was able to read sections of the book. I loved all the jokes as they are really funny and all the information on the LEGO characters.” – Read by a child aged 6
“This is a bright and colourful book which gives you an insight into the characters of the LEGO mini figures. We recognised a lot of the characters from the recent Sainsbury’s LEGO card collection. There are lots of facts about the figures, some jokes, a quiz and some great challenges that we had fun trying. We can stack our LEGO mini figures very high! For any LEGO lover this is a great book.” – Read to a child aged 6
“This book is awesome! It is a really fun book which explains the stories behind loads of different minifigures. There are lots of amazing pictures and mini facts as well as some really funny jokes. There are even some challenges to do too. My favourite challenge was building a tower of minifigures because it was great fun. At the end of the book there is a quiz which tests your knowledge of the minifigures you have read about. It also shows you how to make a display stand for your favourite minifigures. It is great to see more details about all of the minifigures and I highly recommend this book to any LEGO fan” – Read by a child aged 8
“Nathan loves this book as he’s really into LEGO , lots of fun characters, jokes and more. It’s a small book. He likes to draw all the characters in this book for young readers.” – Read by a child aged 9
“This book was brilliant because the jokes were very funny. The characters also looked really cool. I thought some of the words were really tricky to pronounce. I think this book is aimed at ages 7 and above.” – Read by a child aged 10