An interesting new LEGO® book from Chronicle Books is set to be published in 2023. LEGO Heroes will take a look at those who use LEGO bricks in innovative ways, mainly to help those in need. We’ve seen LEGO elements used to create wheelchair ramps, artificial arms and even to help animals move around. The LEGO Group along with the LEGO Foundation have even crafted special Braille Bricks to help visually impaired people. LEGO Heroes will share some of these stories and more, showing just how versatile LEGO bricks can be. The book is published in the UK on May 16th. Please note cover is subject to change.
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