Minecraft: Blockopedia by Alex Wiltshire

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Minecraft: Blockopedia is an interesting book because it’s hexagonal.  I’ve never seen a book shaped like this before.  It’s quite sturdy and has a built in ribbon bookmark.  As I handle the book, the binding seems a little weak to me.  It’s probably because the book is heavy and the binding small–making it feel like it could tear if not handled properly.

My second son likes this as a reference book.  Each two-page spread focuses on one block or other substance that is in Minecraft.  It tells about the function of the item, how to make it, and a little extra information.

The pictures, format, and overall construction are very good.  I’d definitely recommend this book for any young person who is into Minecraft!


Until next time…

Lori & Slime


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