With this first book based on intergalactic space, Sarah Dees presents a new series of projects that focuses on individual popular themes. Featuring Star Wars and other space-themed creations, kids will have a blast building all-new, one-of-a-kind spaceships, space stations, a jet-pack, rovers, space-themed robots and aliens with personalities, and so much more. For the science-lovers, the book will also have projects based on NASA and real space exploration. This is the perfect gift year round for any LEGO lover.
The new series includes the same features that made Sarah’s first three LEGO books hits—using common bricks most families already have, step-by-step photos, and a range of skill levels to suit all ages.
Their activities almost land them in juvenile detention until Duke employs them in his Harlem barbershop. Duke has rules for everything. But is he offering good advice or just more aggravation?
In the groundbreaking tradition of the award–winning Monster and Bad Boy: A Memoir, Walter Dean Myers fashions a complex, layered novel about the rules for success. Handbook for Boys is the book that he wishes he could have read while growing up. It is also the book young people need to read today.