Trouble at the Bridge

Product Description
A story which is part of a reading programme that follows National Curriculum levels and aims to encourage children to improve their reading skills. This book is intended for those at Level 1 and are just beginning to read…. More >>

Trouble at the Bridge

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3 Comments

  1. Our 2 year old son loves this book. We bought it in conjunction with a purchase of Lego Blocks, so our son connected with the books because of the blocks, and then later he connected with the blocks because of the book. If you know what I mean. :-) Dolphin Bay is another goodie, maybe for his birthday.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. My five year-old is not a big reader. So, I was very excited when I saw this book at the school Book Fair. He sat with me the whole time, asking questions about the pictures. The storyline is very simple. The Lego people are building a bridge. The Brickster robs a nearby bank and hides in the crane bucket, where he gets trapped when the crane breaks down. Brickster has to be rescued by the fire department. The Lego people finish their bridge and everybody lives happily ever after, except for Brickster.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. If your 4-year-old is into Legos, be prepared to read this four or five times a day. The pictures are excellent and illustrate all the action of the City Center set. Our one complaint is that Lego does not make the Brickster character from the book which is essential in playing out the action in the book. We made do with an extra construction worker standing in for the Brickster. We love this book. It is a perfect companion for the City Center Lego set.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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