Great Lego Sets

Great Lego Sets

A Visual History

Book - 2015 | First American edition
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Traces the history and development of Lego toy sets, with profiles on the designers, break down of the bricks used, and guided tours of advanced sets. A chronological tour of the history of LEGO's most significant, popular and interesting playsets combines lavish photography with coverage of such classics as the LEGO Space and LEGO Castle series as well as licensed theme sets, including LEGO Star Wars®.
Publisher: New York, New York : DK, 2015
Edition: First American edition
ISBN: 9781465436665
Branch Call Number: j688.7 Lipk
Characteristics: 256 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Contents: Timeline - How a LEGO set is made
1970s - Home sweet home - Imagination on wheels
1980s - Blast off for adventure - King and castle
1990s - Small hands, big imaginations - A brick galaxy far, far away ...
2000s - With just a few bricks - Minifigures and more - All aboard - Making waves - Creative creatures - Into action!
2010s - Always on duty - The future of building - Expert builders only! - From dreams to reality


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