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Pretty much every child has a set of LEGO bricks but there comes a point where you’ve made all the towers, trees and boats and you’re running out of brick-based inspiration.

The new book 365 Things To Do With LEGO Bricks will become your new BFF, especially on indoor play days!

The book is packed full of all new photography of each build, clear break-downs of models and techniques plus visual tips from LEGO fan builders to encourage kids to get creative.

There is also advice on how to simplify or adapt ideas if you don’t have the right bricks.

365 Things To Do With LEGO Bricks is aimed at children aged 6 and over and lists 365 activities – one for every day of the year. Genius! Each activity is listed under a category allowing kids to choose a subject or build based on a particular theme.

Ideas include building your own LEGO pet, building the tallest tower against the clock with your friends, or learning how to build your very own LEGO movie set or zoo.

Before the building starts, the book includes some introductory pages with information on basic technical advice such as how to speak the lingo (didn’t know there was LEGO lingo!), find a solution if your build goes wrong and where to look for inspiration.

The book also comes with an activity selector and countdown timer so you can choose an activity at random, time how long it takes to complete and set challenges on how quickly a task or build can be completed.

You don’t need to go out and spend a fortune on hundreds on new LEGO; a basic array of standard bricks is all you need to get started.

Hours of good, clean fun (just don't step on any stray bricks - the pain is excruciating!) and thankfully, no batteries or screen time required.

A huge plus!

365 Things To Do With LEGO Bricks - £16.99