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The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2: More Amazing Vehicles—New from No Starch Press
Build Ten LEGO® Models Using Just One Collection of Parts
The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2
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San Francisco, CA, September 25, 2013—Former LEGO designer Nathanaël Kuipers is back with a second volume in his widely acclaimed LEGO Build-It Book series, More Amazing Vehicles (No Starch Press, October 2013, 152 pp., $19.95, ISBN 9781593275136). As readers craft these incredible cars, trucks, and things-that-go-vroom, they'll practice advanced building techniques sure to inspire their own original creations.

Readers will learn how to build a cool chopper, a classy hot rod, a stylish roadster, and seven other awesome vehicles, all from one collection of LEGO bricks. These are the same bricks used in The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 1, so there's no need to search high and low for those hard-to-find pieces. Kuipers and graphic designer Mattia Zamboni fill The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2 with clear instructions and brilliant illustrations that make building the models painless.

For more information or to request a review copy of The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2, contact KC Crowell at No Starch Press ([email protected], +1.415.863.9900 or visit www.nostarch.com).

Sample Pages from The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2

Hot Rod and Forklift Chopper and Big Rig
Forklift F1 Racer

Praise for The LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 1

"A great intro to clever building techniques. The instructions themselves are just as simple to follow as LEGO's." —Nathan Barry, GeekDad

"The instructions and model renders are extremely well done. You'll have pleasure flicking through it and seeing the amazing potential of a pile of LEGO bricks." —Brickset

"This is one of the most useful LEGO books I have ever come across." —theBrickBlogger

"Nathanaël Kuipers and Mattia Zamboni set a new standard with this book, a standard that other authors just might struggle to live up to. Every aspect of this book is top-notch, from cover to cover." —BrickNerd

About the Authors

Nathanaël Kuipers is a Dutch design professional who spent several years as a product developer for the LEGO Group in Denmark. He is the mastermind behind some noteworthy Technic models including the #8272 Snowmobile, the #8292 Cherry Picker, and the impressive #8674 Ferrari F1 Racer.

Mattia Zamboni is a fan of graphic design, photography, and LEGO, with a degree in electrical engineering. Based in Switzerland, he pursues his passion for graphic design, showcasing his talents in the world of 3D computer graphic arts.

Additional Resources
Sample Page Spreads: Table of Contents with all 10 vehicles, Forklift, F1 Racer
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LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2 LEGO Build-It Book, Vol. 2
Publisher: No Starch Press
By Nathanaël Kuipers and Mattia Zamboni
ISBN: 9781593275136, $19.95  
October 2013, 152 pp.
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