"I love this fun set! First of all: LEGO is entirely exceeding my expectations with 3 pandas and two minifigs!! Building it was kind of strenuous, mostly because when you first build the tree it is really breakable. However, once you set the baseplate on top of it, it’s really sturdy. I love the printing on the third panda!! She’s so cute with her ‘dirty’ head and body. The tire swing is sadly not as fun as I thought. The pandas can’t really swing on it. The slide works with both the pandas and humans. The tree house itself is really fun!! It has a computer, table, and drawers. Inside the tree is a hidden sleeping area (fits pretty much two pandas). And OMG the poop piece is amazing!! It reminds me of the chocolate ice cream piece, just more triangular. Lol!!! The monkey bars are really fun and add to the playful effect of this build!! There’s a small yellow box carrying some leaves and a brick-built wheelbarrow can carry both an extra bamboo piece or a panda. Also—if you have problems putting the pandas on a brick, look no further! Place the pandas in the middle of four studs, instead of on top!! Well, five stars for this set!! ❤️❤️❤️"
"When the LEGO friends first changed their look, I felt angry, confused, betrayed, and terrified. I still had mixed emotions until about a month ago. That’s when I was on LEGO.com and found Jungle Rescue Base. I searched it up on their website so many times that when I type up ‘jungle’ it suggests ‘rescue’ and then ‘base’. We ordered it a day late (the bad side of having a dead phone). While waiting for it, I barely slept. I turned down ice cream. I talked about it nonstop. Everything reminded me of it. When it arrived, I was swimming at the pool. I ran to the restroom, got out of my swimsuit and practically flew to the car. On the drive home, I pinched myself nearly fifty times. I tore open the box, and ran to the playroom to build it, pinching myself fifty more times.
The actual review:
I love how large this set is. It had so many accessories I didn’t see and the animals are beautiful. The rope ladder is great (so smart how you made it out of a roller coaster track). The functions on the tree really work!! The sloth can really hang and I love that you can put bows in the animals hair, even though you’d probably only see that at the petting zoo. The spider may only have six eyes, but I pretend it’s a six eyes sand spider. The rainforest turtle it so cute and I love how even though sloths and elephants don’t live in the same jungle you can imagine all the ways they got their.
"When I was first looking for LEGO sets to buy, my eyes fell upon the Jungle Rescue Base. I saw the elephants and told myself, this is what I’m going to get. I also noticed a small, cheap set with an elephant. That was Baby Elephant Jungle Rescue. I watched these two sets waiting for it to blare out: AVAILABLE NOW.
When it came out I thought I was going to explode. We ordered it ASAP. When it arrived, I was jumping up and down.
I open up the bag and see this most amazing and beautiful blue baby elephant. It’s plastic is smooth to the touch and it’s actually quite big. Building the set was not a problem. I loved the new(?) colors in the heart piece and the flowers. They were like a watermelon color. The jungle ‘uniforms’ looked cute on the girls. Their buggy and trailer are so pretty and I want to show everybody the cool details like where you put the hook and how you can pull the baby elephant out of the mud and save it!! The fact that the hook pulling out the baby elephant really works is incredible. I set Stephanie up with the shovel, but the digging isn’t good enough! The elephant is sinking! Emma detaches the trailer and attaches the hook. Pulling the elephant out, Stephanie finishes the job by feeding the elephant eucalyptus leaves. They put him in the trailer, and drive him back to camp. (By the was I was watching the show and found his name was Baby. What name is that!!??) Overall I love this set and cannot wait for Jungle Rescue Base to arrive. Check out my review on there!! Sry if my pics are sideways. It keeps happening."
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"This set is small but jam packed with accessories. I love the hair pieces and bows. Nina (the hairstylist) has cool clothes and hair. I love that you can read the newspaper and eat cherries. Only negative point: when you want the dolls to get their hair wet you can’t get them to lie down with their hair in the clamshell. I checked to make sure that they were in the right place and sadly they were. But overall great addition to my city."
"The knight bus is jam-packed with lovely surprises! The chandelier moves at every lurching stop and just as Harry cozies up in bed he get whooshed forward. Ernie can turn his chair around to tell Harry hi and Stan holds on for dear life outside right below the sign stating ‘All destinations Nothing Underwater’. Tired of sitting? Hop on the the sort of balcony inside with a cute chair. On the third story you can find Harry’s trunk and the Daily Prophet. Tired of looking through the many windows? Open up the door, take off the roof, or pop off The third story! The front of The bus is lovely and looks so much like a real bus— just purple!!"
"Love this magical hut!! Hagrid is one of my FAVORITE characters and this set not only opens up a whole new world (I swear that song is from Rapunzel NOT Aladdin) but also comes with countless wonders. I adore the many pieces hanging from his roof. Buckbeak is my FAVORITE OF THE WHOLE SET!! Ok, sorry, I got carried away. Buckbeak is amazing. He actually can get attached to the post without you needing to go through much work. I love to pretend Harry Hermione and Ron are turning back time, and I am able to act out the whole scene with the addition of two other sets ( clock tower and Dementors. Eeesh the one with Sirius sorry). Love this set!!!!!! (I really need to stop saying that). The hardest part of building this was the roof parts but I think that’s on me. I lost the egg in the fireplace and had to borrow one from my brother. Love this set… Ack, sorry!!"
"This set was given to me for my birthday. It was actually a really fun build, and was relatively easy because most of it was symmetrical. The interior was really cozy but I wish the minifigure could actually fit on the couch. I’ve had to (unfortunately) make an addition to it so Mia can fit. The egg piece and bird are lovely animal choices for this set and I love that Daniel is included too! Even though I have not watched the new show yet, it did not take me long to notice that he was Mia’s older brother. I am delighted the zipline really works and love the boomerang piece. I had fun showing all the ‘special pieces’ to my brother, who is also an avid LEGO builder (although her prefers Star Wars). Thanks LEGO!! I love this set!!"