Learn with LEGO Nonfiction Books: An Adventure in the Real World! Learn with LEGO Nonfiction Books: An Adventure in the Real World!    

Learn with LEGO Nonfiction Books: An Adventure in the Real World!

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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 Series


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! 

Deep Dive: A LEGO Adventure in the Real WorldJoin the LEGO minifigures on a journey to the bottom of the sea. See cool sea creatures and find out the latest big ocean facts. You’ll find neat LEGO building ideas, too!

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Dino Safari: A LEGO Adventure in the Real WorldJoin the LEGO minifigures on an epic Jurassic journey. See awesome dinosaurs and find out the latest facts about these mega monsters. You’ll find great LEGO building ideas, too!

LEGO Nonfiction Dino Safari


Favorite Topics (ages 7 – 10)

Focused, deeper dives into topics kids love, including:

Knights & Castles: A LEGO Adventure in the Real WorldJourney back to medieval times with a host of LEGO minifigures. Meet the boldest, bravest knights and other castle characters, from lords and ladies to cooks and jesters. The LEGO minifigures put the fun into facts. You’ll find great building ideas, too!

LEGO Nonfiction Knigths and Castles


Planets: A LEGO Adventure in the Real WorldBlast off with the LEGO minifigures through our solar system and beyond. See incredible stars and planets, and find out the latest space facts, from water on Mars to Planet X.

LEGO Nonfiction Planets


Ultimate Fact Book (ages 8-12)

Factastic A LEGO Adventure in the Real World

Coming October 2016: Factastic: A LEGO Adventure in the Real WorldThe ultimate holiday gift book, packed with amazing facts and real-world photos the whole family can enjoy! Pre-Order for the September 27, 2016 release! 

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 and online!

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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.

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10 Comment

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    August 1, 2016 at 1:48 am

    I had no idea these nonfiction books even existed. My son loves LEGO and even has a collection of their books. His favorite theme is probably Star Wars, but he occasionally gets on other kicks like Batman.

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    August 2, 2016 at 8:10 pm

    Lego is a great brand! These books are a great way to get kids into reading.

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    Debra Holloway
    August 4, 2016 at 6:33 am

    These books are new to me. I bet my grandson would love these. I really enjoyed learning about them and found them very interesting.

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    August 5, 2016 at 12:53 am

    My nieces love the Lego movie. They don’t have any Lego books though. Lego’s are always fun! 🙂

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    Suzanne Greene
    August 6, 2016 at 11:11 am

    These books look like they would be great to read with kids. Marlee loves the Minecraft Lego’s, but said whe would like to see a book about weather and atmosphere.

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    aranda l
    August 6, 2016 at 7:30 pm

    I had no idea that Lego made books. I use to play with Lego’s when I was a kid, such good memories!

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    August 7, 2016 at 11:12 pm

    I love the fact that they offer reading levels for specific age groups. LEGO and Scholastic are trusted brands with students of all ages.

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    Melissa P
    August 8, 2016 at 3:09 pm

    My little guy loves Lego books, burning didn’t know that these existed. He already has the super hero phonics series and loves the Lego mixes sets and books. I’m glad that more and more of these books are coming out because it will be easier to find books that appeal to his interests.

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    Katie H
    August 9, 2016 at 5:48 am

    Would love to see one on the weather. Describing storms, clouds, rain, etc. could be a lot of fun! This is great that lego is combining educational topics of interest with their brand to make it even more appealing! I could see a whole educational line to enhance learning!

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    Jerry Marquardt
    August 12, 2016 at 4:34 pm

    I absolutely love Lego’s. I remember one episode of a Wile You Were Out where the featured family they were doing a redo for had a house with furniture made of Lego’s. They did not trash the furniture either.

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