Science (LEGO Nonfiction): A LEGO Adventure in the Real World
This book is divided into five sections: matter, forces and motion, how stuff works, weather and habits, and space. The book comes with a Lego mini figure scientist and beakers.
I’d like to build the Lego drone. I liked learning about what’s inside an atom and what’s the hottest place on earth. They list all the fastest vehicles on different terrains. Helios 2, a space probe, was the fastest of all. I like the iPad touchscreen facts. The tech timeline was good. I wonder where the guy implanted the compass in his body. I’d prefer apple rain to worm rain. I’ve never heard of a glowing shark. How does a probe know what horse pee smells like? My favorite space fact was that there’s an exoplanet made of diamonds. I’d like to go to the exoplanet that rains rocks, but I don’t want to vacation at the one that rains glass.
Most of the mini pix comics are just okay. The puns aren’t that good. I like the Red Riding Hood mini pix. It’s about how Earth is called the Goldilocks planet because it’s “just right.” I liked the habitat section the best. I also liked the strange space facts. I liked the pictures. They are real pictures and Lego drawings. The Lego stuff adds to the book. I learned a lot! I’m going to try all the “Try It” activities.