Medieval LEGO by Greyson Beights (a J!-ENT Book Review)
October 24, 2015 by Dennis Amith
BOOK: Medieval LEGO
AUTHORS: Greyson Beights
Company: No Starch Press
Availability: Available Now |3-7
Hardcover: 132 Pages
Release Date: September 24, 2015
Education through LEGO. That is how much I enjoyed Greyson Beights (an award-winning LEGO builder and helps organize the LEGO convention, BrickUniverse) book “Medieval Lego” and teaching children (including myself) about English history.
There are many short three page stories + an accompany LEGO diorama of history from 1028-1214, 1215-1345, 1346-1485 and contributions for each of the historic battles are from more than a dozen scholars and photos from over a dozen LEGO builders.
The writing is easy for older children to follow and it’s quite intriguing and enjoyable to read, myself and my son have read this book and we hope that Greyson continues a series of these educational LEGO-related books.
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