If you ever played with Legos as child, you remember the thrill of creating something. Since my childhood, Legos have come a long way, from simple blocks to space stations to robotics. But Forbidden Lego takes Legos to a new level of mischievousness with projectile firing just to start. Check out this book (yes, a real made-of-paper book!) and you are sure to feel like a kid again – only better because now you can play with things like fire and power tools without getting grounded.
Published by webmonkey
We live in an age of information supremacy, where intangible assets are more valuable than tangible ones. Some say the playing field of life has finally been tipped toward the intellectual and not the physical, but I don't totally agree. I think it always has been in favor of intellect, but the realization of that fact was kept repressed by our innate belief in physical prowess. I say we are on the cusp of breaking this ridiculous cycle. What we do with that remains to be seen.