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The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book, Volume 2

16 easy-to-build holiday themed designs

 

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San Francisco, CA (December 12, 2018)—The best-selling LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book ($24.95, 220 pp.) is back with a second volume—just in time for the holidays. Volume 2 includes detailed, step-by-step building instructions for 16 new designs that promise to leave no branch bare this holiday season. 

Reviews of the original volume praised author Chris McVeigh’s photography, “varied building style,” and “clever techniques” that teach builders across skill levels. The chapters include a range of designs and simple builds, from holiday classics like a gingerbread man and Christmas tree to more unique builds like an arcade crane game. McVeigh again uses easy-to-build designs and standard bricks so that LEGO fans can build with pieces they already have in their collection or substitute similar bricks to add their own take on a design. 

Ornament models also include:

  • Quirky creations like a retro computer or bite-sized order of fries
  • Minimalist, geometric figures
  • Favorite Christmas images like a Santa and red-nosed reindeer
  • Winter themes like a blizzard

 The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book is the perfect holiday activity to bring family and friends together this Christmas.

 

For a review copy or color spreads of The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book, Volume 2 or to schedule an interview with the author, contact Katie Haemmerle at No Starch Press.

 

 

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About the Author

Chris McVeigh is a LEGO builder, author, and photographer whose work has appeared in publications such as Esquire. McVeigh designs LEGO models and sells the kits to make his constructions online. Learn more about his work at chrismcveigh.com.

 

About No Starch Press

San Francisco–based No Starch Press has published the finest in geek entertainment since 1994—bestsellers like Python Crash Course, Python for Kids, The Linux Command Line, How Linux Works, and Hacking: The Art of Exploitation. Our titles have personality and attitude, our authors are passionate about their subjects, and our editorial team puts every book through a rigorous process of developmental editing, tech review, design, and production.

 

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