Tons of fun things are coming for LEGO fans this fall! I know summer is still in full swing, but it’s never too early to start planning ahead. Check out these awesome new DVDs and books coming in September:

LEGO News Fall 2015
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Lego News Fall 2015: New LEGO Books & DVDs

The LEGO Adventure Book, Volume 3

Robots, Planes, Cities and More! is the latest edition to the popular LEGO Adventure Book series. It walks you through 40 step-by-step breakdowns of creations like an ice cream truck, a Renaissance-era house, sushi, a classic movie theater, even a chicken coop! The book features 150+ example models and features some of the world’s best master builders.  Available in September Preorder Now

The LEGO Architect

This new coffee table book is targeted to more experienced LEGO enthusiasts. It explores seven influential architectural styles like art deco skyscrapers, neoclassical federal buildings, and postmodern office complexes. Readers can learn to build 12 different models via step-by-step instructions, including a high tech train station, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Willits House, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and more. Available in September.  Preorder Now

 

LEGO Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles DVD

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If you’ve got younger Star Wars fans, they might not be ready for the grown-up Star Wars movies. My little LEGO lover isn’t quite there yet, and frankly I think he prefers the Star Wars characters in LEGO form anyway! This new DVD features four episodes AND a bonus alternate ending, with all your favorite Star Wars heroes (with a lighter twist, of course). Available for purchase September 15, 2015. Preorder Now

Fun LEGOLAND Facts

And, if you’re planning a LEGOLAND trip this year, wow your little LEGO lover with this Awesome Creations Infographic. It details some of the most amazing facts about the famous theme parks in California and Florida. We’ve included just a snippet of it below, but don’t miss the whole thing. You’ll learn which LEGO creation in the Chima Water Park overlooks 400 gallons of water pouring into a wave pool every minute, and the famous scientist’s bust that took 1.25 DUPLO blocks to build. Check it out here.

LEGOLAND Awesome Creations
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That’s all the news for now, but we’ll keep you posted as we hear more!