Create your own interlocking building blocks and remember the childhood days when you sat on your living room floor playing with stacking toy blocks. Through 109 color images and diagrams, illustrated step-by-step directions tell you how to make the blocks from the first cut through assembling an entire city. Learn to make wall, roof, window, and door blocks, as well as blocks for the walkways, streets and the grounds that will surround the buildings. Soon you will be on your way to having a fun new hobby. It's also a perfect activity for parents and children to share together. Chapters include tools and materials, methods for making the blocks, and instructions for working with them. Let the building begin!
Jim Covell had both toy bricks and toy logs as a child, and soon began experimenting with making his own. Jim has been making blocks of various shapes for holiday displays for the past 17 years. He lives in Connecticut.

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