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Chronicle Books are back with two new LEGO themed products, the first is a Botanical Jigsaw Puzzle, the second is a book that focuses on how LEGO has helped People with problem-solving and disabilities.

Since 2020, Chronicle Books have been publishing LEGO centric products, these include the inspirational LEGO In Focus book, Art of the Minifigure and more.

Available now from and other stores is the brand new Jigsaw Puzzle that is based on the LEGO Icons Botanical Collection. it. Next month (16th May) will see an interesting new LEGO book released called LEGO Heroes. This takes takes an interesting look at how LEGO bricks have been implemented to overcome the extraordinary.

Take a look below at the official images and product descriptions.


Everything’s coming up roses…and tulips, daisies and more with the LEGO® Brick Botanicals puzzle. This 1,000-piece puzzle comes together to reveal a stunning 25 x 20-inch image inspired by the wildly popular LEGO® Botanical collection. Perfect for the whole family, but just as fun to take on solo, this puzzle showcases the creativity and delight integral to the LEGO® brand. Once completed, this cheerful puzzle will be a dazzling reminder to stop and smell the flowers.

LEGO® Heroes – LEGO® Builders Changing Our World—One Brick at a Time

The classic LEGO® brick has been used to create some structures of astounding size, some that expertly replicate real-world cities, and some that could be mistaken for natural wonders. But there is another class of amazing LEGO creations: those that use creativity to solve real world challenges. In the new book LEGO® Heroes expert builder Graham E. Hancock explores twelve remarkable stories of everyday heroes using the LEGO system in unique ways to solve some of life’s greatest challenges. Meet visionary builders from around the globe who have turned LEGO play into life-altering innovations through immense curiosity, creativity, passion, and a handful of LEGO bricks. From a wheelchair for an injured turtle to customized prosthetic arms, to lab research for coral reef preservation—each chapter showcases individuals of all ages and backgrounds who have applied the LEGO System in Play to overcome obstacles in the fields of technology, sustainability, education, and more.

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