LEGO NINJAGO & City 1001 Sticker Books Review

To round off our week of reviews of the new LEGO® titles from Centum Books, we take a look at the final two recently published books – the LEGO NINJAGO and the LEGO City 1001 Sticker Books. But why both books in a single review I hear you ask, well the similar nature of each book would make two separate reviews a little redundant. So it make sense to combine them into a single analysis. Although they are quite similar, both books will be covered in terms of having a peek inside. So let’s get peeling and see what the LEGO 1001 Sticker Books have to offer.

Product Description

Help the ninja complete their mission with this action-packed interactive sticker and colouring book. Full colour reusable stickers, featuring the latest vehicles and villains from the hit TV series and film.

  • Book Title: LEGO NINJAGO 1001 Stickers – Race & Fight
  • Publisher: Centum Books
  • Pages: 64
  • RRP: £7.99
  • ISBN: 9781912564637
  • Availability: Available Now

Product Description

1001 reusable full colour stickers featuring all your favourite LEGO vehicles! Includes reward stickers. Packed with police cars, helicopters, fire engines, trucks, diggers and more! 64 pages of sticker activities and colouring fun.

  • Book Title: LEGO City 1001 Stickers – Great Vehicles
  • Publisher: Centum Books
  • Pages: 64
  • RRP: £7.99
  • ISBN: 9781912564651
  • Availability: Available Now

The Books

The 1001 Stickers range may not contain any LEGO but they are packed with stickers, 1001 of them in fact. Many of those included can be used to complete various pages in the book, with plenty of extras should you wish to bring a little LEGO flare to other items beyond the book. Stickers are reusable as well making them easy for kids to use, should they place the in the wrong place in the book or all over the walls. Unlike some of the other LEGO sticker books from other publishers, the 1001 Stickers books also have plenty of other things to do, including colouring sections and puzzles, all using the same bespoke illustrations as the other Centum titles.

Overall

Although these have less of an appeal than the books with Minifigures included, they are still really fun for younger LEGO fans. I remember being obsessed with stickers when I was but a lad. Even in the days of slime and oddly dancing, these books would make the perfect partner for a long journey over the Summer holidays or for a rainy afternoon in doors. Plus the stickers could be used on LEGO creations. You’ll find both the LEGO City and NINJAGO 1001 Stickers Books in all good book retailers, selected supermarkets and online from Amazon.

Check out our other reviews here: LEGO NINJAGO Activity | LEGO City Activity | LEGO DC Super Heroes Activity

Thank you to Centum Books for sending us their new range of titles to take a closer look at. The opinions expressed within these reviews reflect those of BricksFanz and not Centum Books, The LEGO Group or third party partners.


Author: Adam White

Howdy I'm Adam, The editor of BricksFanz.com - your go to source for the latest LEGO news, reviews and much, much more. Some of you may know me from other LEGO sites so you'll know I have a good experience of the LEGO community and a deep, passionate commitment to all things LEGO. I specialize in seeking out the latest LEGO news and products, as well as being an expert on all thing LEGO gaming based. So welcome to BricksFanz - Fuelling Your LEGO Lifestyle.

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