A million little bricks the unofficial illustrated history of the lego phenomenon sarah herman on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers there arent many titles that havent been bestowed on lego toys and its not hard to see why from its inception in the early 1930s right up until today. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for a million little bricks the unofficial illustrated history of the lego phenomenon at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. I was a little disappointed with this book to be honest it started out all right giving the story of the origins of the lego company spelling out the trials and tribulations of the nascent toy company but the bulk of the book is really just a list of all the different sets lego has produced over . Editorial reviews this book belongs in the library of anyone serious about their lego habit but even though a million little bricks is subtitled the unofficial illustrated history of the lego phenomenon it reads more like an official 300 page hagiographic press release. Get this from a library a million little bricks the unofficial illustrated history of the lego phenomenon sarah herman the lego groups history is as colorful as the toys it makes this history charts the birth of the lego group in the workshop of a danish carpenter and its steady growth as a small family run toy
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