New LEGO Engineer Book Coming From No Starch

It’s been a while since we’ve had a new LEGO® focused book from No Starch Press. But this August a new title is on the way called The LEGO Engineer. The book is by super talented LEGO builder and microscale expert Jeff Friesen. In a similar fashion to his previous LEGO titles, the book will offer step-by-step instructions to engineer your own microscale worlds. Check out the cover and preview pages below.

LEGO Engineer Book

LEGO® bricks meet The Way Things Work in this fun, informative tour of the world of engineering, from the creative mind of expert LEGO® builder Jeff Friesen.

In The LEGO® Engineer, you’ll explore how some of humanity’s greatest feats of engineering work, from towering skyscrapers to powerful rockets to speeding bullet trains. Then follow step-by-step instructions to build these marvels with LEGO® bricks as you experience the world of engineering in a fun new way.

How do diesel and electric engines work together to drive massive freight trains? How does a container ship’s bow shape contribute to its fuel efficiency? How do cable-stayed bridges distribute weight differently than suspension bridges? You’ll learn the answers to these engineering questions and more as you build your way through over 30 models, all designed by LEGO® expert Jeff Friesen. Understanding the engineering principles behind these structures will not only help you better appreciate the world around you, but will also help you make your own LEGO® builds more realistic.

LEGO Engineer Book

LEGO Engineer Book

Author: Adam White

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