Media praise for First LEGO League

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"If you're a LEGO building fanatic, you're going to want a copy of this book."
-- Laura Williams, Laura Williams’ Musings blog

"First year coach or 10 year coach you should read this book. It might as well be called the OFFICIAL guide"
-- Marco Ciavolino, TechBrick.com

"FIRST LEGO League is a great book if you're involved in FIRST LEGO League or if you want to start your own from the beginning stages of organizing and finding help to going to tournaments and what to expect."
-- Jeff Gedgaud, Associated Content

"If you have not heard about FIRST or the FIRST LEGO League competition, or someone just dropped the idea on you, this is the book for you. Even if you have no clue what LEGO Mindstorms, robotics, or FIRST are, this book will explain it all to you. Even those already involved will be able to pick up a tip or two."
-- William Wong, Electronic Design

"If your kids are robot builders, and if you are interested in starting a Lego League of your own, this book would be a great tool."
-- Mary Owlhaven, Owlhaven

"The Lego league guide treats young readers with respect, with chapters that will help them develop their organizational and leadership skills."
-- Mark Baard, The Boston Globe

"...this guide has very helpful information on how to start, lead, and have a successful F.I.R.S.T LEGO League (FLL) robotics program. "
-- Sarah Harvey, sassyfrazz.blogspot.com

"Every step is almost exhaustively documented – I say almost because the writing style is far from exhausting. The book's voice is a very relaxed one, much like that of a tour guide who really enjoys talking about his tour route."
-- Joe Meno, BrickJournal.com

"This book is great for kids young and old!"
-- Susan Lindgoon, The Lil’ Mommy That Could blog

"A very useful and comprehensive resource about FIRST LEGO League."
-- Team Landroids

"I would most certainly recommended both this competition and book to teachers, homeschoolers, and parents who want to start a team and encourage innovation and camaraderie in their kids. You really won't be disappointed!"
-- Alyson LaBarge, 3 P's Mama

"When I saw FIRST LEGO League: The Unofficial Guide I was quickly drawn in. Though it's a bit on the technical side, both parents and older kids will learn a lot and walk away inspired to build the best LEGO contraption ever."
-- Alicia Hagan, The Mommy Insider

"As a LEGO® NXT robotics instructor, I highly recommend this book to FIRST LEGO® teams; and for those thinking about getting involved in the FLL."
-- The Robotic Realm

"Overall, the book is helpful and I will continue to use it in preparation for the competition."
-- kidskatyfamilypop.wordpress.com

"With clear pictures and diagrams, this is useful both for adult and children involved in this clever method for bringing engineering problems into the classroom."
-- Shannon Hendrickson, SciTech Book News

"All levels of Lego users from novices to experienced gamers will find this an excellent survey of the history, objectives and structure of the FLL competition, surveying the basics of organizing a team, building winning robots, and more."
-- Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review



"If you're a LEGO building fanatic, you're going to want a copy of this book."
--Laura Williams, Laura Williams’ Musings blog