The LEGO Book

The LEGO Book

Book - 2012 | Expanded and fully revised.
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A visual chronicle of key moments in LEGO history includes coverage of spotlight developments, main toy systems, the LEGOLAND theme parks, and LEGO's diversification into the visual arts.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : DK Pub., 2012.
Edition: Expanded and fully revised.
ISBN: 9780756666934
0756666937
Branch Call Number: 649.55 L516, L764L, 2012
688.725 LIPKO
J 688.725
Characteristics: 255 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm.

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The LEGO Book Do you think that Legos are just for kids? Well, maybe you should think again. Naturally, The Lego book is one of the best examples of what you can do with Legos. Take page 217 for example. The model of the famous Allianz Arena is 16.5 ft. long and 3.3 ft. high – and it’s made entirely out of Legos! Also check out the Ferrari Formula One on page 123, or the 33-inch long Millenn… (more)


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green_cat_3454
Apr 04, 2018

Thoroughly covers the history of the great company, LEGO.

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navy_wolf_412
Jul 21, 2017

I loved it!

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zipread
Mar 07, 2013

The Lego Book --- Daniel Lipkowitz --- This book, typically for anything published by Doring Kindersley is chock full of illustrations --- the text comes almost as an afterthought. And in the Lego book, that’s a good thing: mere words would be inadequate to describe the blocks and their progeny. Believe it or not, Lego is well over 50 years old. The Lego brick was first patented in 1958. That means Lego is a whole lot older than its younger fans. Some of its older fans are probably well into their sixties or beyond. For these fans, this will be a trip into the past: they’ll recognize the “old” friends the played with in the 50s and 60s. They’ll remember the Duplos they gave their children. But much has changed since then: themed Legos like Star Wars; Lord of the Rings; Lego Mindstorms (read robots); theme parks; video games and who knows what else. The younger generation hardly remembers the iconic Lego bricks at all. For them, Lego has morphed into a completely other toy. For this generation this book is a kind of history book or catalogue of ages past. How long does it take to read this book? As much or as little time as you’ve got.

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mombrarian
Feb 22, 2013

My 7 year old's current favourite book EVER! Very visually engaging.

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onestar
Nov 10, 2012

This book tells you about the history of LEGO from Agents to ANYTHING!!!!!!!!!!

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rans_2001
Apr 12, 2012

I havent read it yet but it sounds so epic:)

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miketheboy89
Jan 31, 2012

Does it include Standing Small? They come together, so...
I just got and it does not include Standing Small, if you buy it it comes with it, but the library keeps them seperate.

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xod_s
Sep 04, 2011

Gives you an awesome look at the history and devolpment of lego.

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seanhopkins
Jul 07, 2011

cool

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Benabull
Jun 26, 2011

i think this book is quite intresting. It has all the lego logos in the history of lego. plus it has all their prodects that they had/have.

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