LEGO® Nonfiction Book Giveaway – Ends 8/31 #LEGOnonfiction

Scholastic sent me this title, and is also providing a prize pack for one winner from my site. All opinions are 100% my own.


LEGO® plus Scholastic = perfection! My kiddos have loved LEGO for years now and my oldest absolutely loves to read. So it’s brilliant that Lego has teamed up with Scholastic to come up with these fun non-fiction books! When I was in school, I loved it when we would get the Scholastic flyer and have the book fair. My kids also have this love and can’t wait to purchase a new book or two. I sincerely hope that at this year’s book fair, they have the new Lego non-fiction series, because I think they will be hugely popular with the youngsters!



Two powerhouse brands, LEGO and Scholastic, come together to reinvent children’s nonfiction publishing. In this innovative new publishing program, LEGO models and minifigures are illustrated in fun and fantastic scenarios throughout as the first point of engagement for kids with real-world topics. This program represents a marriage of core values between LEGO and Scholastic: imagination, creativity, fun, and learning, as well as providing the most engaging, educational information for children.

  • An imaginative, fun, and informative nonfiction reading experience from Scholastic and The LEGO® Group—two of the most trusted brands in the world
  • Visually stimulating packaging, interiors, and added-value including die-cuts, foil, and stickers
  • A combination of LEGO illustrations with real world photographs yield HILARIOUS and INFORMATIVE books kids won’t put down.
  • Humor and creativity that kids LOVE and EXPECT from the LEGO brand
  • “Building starters” throughout each book encourage the connection between the reading experience and real-world LEGO building
  • Amazing facts that kids WANT to know from Scholastic



LEGO Nonfiction books will be released for a variety of reading levels, ranging from ages 4 – 12. The first four books are in stores now!

–          Leveled Readers (ages 5- 7)

Emerging nonfiction readers love exploring favorite themes! The “Leveled Readers” series will consist of three levels which will be called out on book covers. Each level builds in complexity as the child’s nonfiction literacy skills progress. Each book also includes stickers!

o    Deep Dive

o    Dino Safari

o    Plus more Leveled Readers titles to come in 2017!


–          Favorite Topics (ages 7 – 10)

Focused, deeper dives into topics kids love, including:

o    Planets

o    plus more Favorite Topics titles to come in 2017!

–          Ultimate Fact Book (ages 8-12)

The ultimate holiday gift book, packed with amazing facts and real-world photos the whole family can enjoy!

More LEGO Nonfiction books to come in 2017, including Early Readers (ages 4-8) and Activity Books (ages 6-9).


I love that even though my middle son, Rowan is 14, he still likes to look through and read the Lego non-fiction books!


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Win It:



One (1) winner receives copies of four LEGO Nonfiction books:

  • Deep Dive
  • Dino Safari
  • Knights and Castles
  • Planets

·         Plus a Lego Nonfiction poster!

Giveaway open to US addresses only.

Prizing and samples provided by Scholastic.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations, and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. © 2016 The LEGO Group.  All Rights Reserved.
About Beth

Beth Larrabee is a stay at home mom of 3 wonderful children and is married to her wonderful husband Scot. Beth is an active member in her community and is currently the Vice President of the PTO, President of The Friends of Cumston Library, and proud leader of a Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout Troops. In her spare time, Beth enjoys musical theater, singing, gaming, books, spending time at the lake and all things food.

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  1. My son loves the Lego Minecraft kits.

  2. Amy Stonger says:

    I love the lego movie! It is still a favorite in my house.

  3. Oh we love the LEGO Garbage truck! He plays with it all the time!

  4. love the plan old lego building blocks

  5. My daughter loves the big sets, like the airplane, cruise ship.

  6. I like the holiday sets, such as the bakery.

  7. Audra O'Hara says:

    My daughter has a few of the Lego Minecraft sets that she plays with a lot. She’s got a huge bin of Legos that were passed down from an uncle. She likes to watch the Lego movie and build things that go along with the scenes.

  8. charlene elswick says:

    MY son is obsessed with Lego minecraft right now

  9. Tabathia B says:

    My daughter likes the princess castle

  10. Charlene S. says:

    My son enjoys the classic vehicle sets. He likes to build trucks, cars and airplanes.

  11. Renee Walters says:

    My son loves the Lego Minecraft sets and the Star Wars sets!

  12. Sharon Schoepe says:

    My son loves his basic Lego set. He can spend hours and hours building with it

  13. Jessica Beard says:

    My son just got the Lego City Firetruck. He thinks its pretty cool!

  14. we like the star wars legos and the ninja to

  15. Dawn Monroe says:

    My grandkids like to mix them all but they especially like making vehicles.

  16. My son really enjoys his LEGO Duplos and I really like that little sister can play with them too!

  17. Vicki Wurgler says:

    my granddaughter has a Barbie pool set she loves to play with

  18. My son loves his Angry birds lego sets.

  19. I like their airplane set.

  20. My son loves his Police station and fire station set!

  21. DAWN SCHMIDT says:

    My children love Chima Lego.

  22. the millennium falcon

  23. Erika W.

    My son loves all the Lego City themed legos. My favorite is the female scientist set. I bought that for myself a couple of years ago.

  24. Jessica Beard says:

    Follow on youtube broncos2jb

  25. Elizabeth elliott says:

    my son loves lego city!!

  26. My favorite LEGO product is the LEGO hospital, although I must admit that I would have loved playing with the girl-inspired line when I was a kid.

  27. Ellie Wright says:

    My grandson loves his LEGO Police station.

  28. Shakeia Rieux says:

    My favorite is Cinderella’s Romantic Castle set

  29. Shemp DeYoung

    I would love the Ghostbusters Firehouse set.

  30. We love the lego minifigures

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