The LEGO Book

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DK Pub., 2009 - Art - 199 pages
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Reveal, explore, and celebrate the fascinating LEGOŽ story in The LEGOŽ Book. From its beginnings in a carpenter's workshop and the development of the first plastic brick, to the group's current position as an international brand, a timeline highlights key moments in LEGOŽ history.

Fascinating facts on every significant LEGOŽ product line, theme park, video game, artwork, competition, club, collectible and more combine with images from the LEGO Group's photo archives-many seen here for the first time-and inspiring ideas on how to make a variety of things from just a few bricks. Packaged in a beautiful slip case with cutting-edge design, this two-volume set also features Standing Small-a 96-page book celebrating the minifigure.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick configuration and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. Š2009 The LEGO Group.

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User Review  - Craig - Goodreads

Thoroughly enjoyed reading through this library find. Some fun and factual information - a quick history of the company and brand, pictures of a whole lot of Lego sets. Perfect for an older child or for a new adult fan of Lego. Read full review

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User Review  - Mahdi Essekelli - Goodreads

“Lego Bricks foster collaboration and social skills.” (Daniel Lipkowitz, 7). The stupefying non-fiction book The Lego book was written by an imaginative author; Daniel Lipkowitz. This story is about ... Read full review

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