Drew Frahm used his imagination and love of Lego to take out the Bundaberg Toyworld Lego competition.
Drew Frahm used his imagination and love of Lego to take out the Bundaberg Toyworld Lego competition. Mike Knott

Nine-year-old Drew's a Lego champ

ENTERING the world of a nine-year-old is often full of fun and imagination, and for Qunaba youngster Drew Frahm, this world is one that needs spy agents.

The Bundaberg East State School Year 5 student recently won the local Bundaberg Toyworld Lego competition for his construction of “spy agent glasses”.

Drew has had plenty of practice from an early age on small-scale construction, thanks to his large tubs of Lego, planes, cranes and ships.

Mum Karen said since her son's fourth birthday, he had been in love with the connecting blocks.

“He has been collecting Lego for years,” she said.

“Every birthday or Christmas all he gets is Lego.”

Mrs Frahm entered Drew in the competition after she saw it in the Lego club's newsletter.

“He tried bigger things, but you couldn't take photos of them,” she said.

“But one day he made the glasses and I thought it was cool, so we decided to enter them.”

Drew spent his $50 Lego voucher on World Races Snake Canyon motorbikes and speed boats.

The contest was judged on age and imagination.



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