Standing Small

Standing Small

A Celebration of 30 Years of the Lego Minifigure

Book - 2009
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Discover more about the LEGO universe and their cult mini-figures with this unique slipcased set.

Explore and celebrate the fascinating story of LEGO and its much-loved toys and games and find out all about their cult mini-figures with this fantastic slipcase containing two extraordinary books.

From manufacturing wooden toys to blockbuster video games, go behind the scenes and discover fascinating facts and trivia about LEGO, one of the nation's best-loved companies. A fascinating timeline highlights key moments in LEGO history and special features spotlight groundbreaking achievements.

Plus, celebrate each of LEGO's mini-figures with Standing Small, a unique look at these cult LEGO pieces. A treasure trove for LEGO fans of all ages.

Publisher: London ; New York : DK Pub., 2009
ISBN: 9780756656232
Characteristics: 96 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Lipkowitz, Daniel LEGO book

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bentwood
Jul 02, 2013

I think it is good!!

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jdavid55
Apr 03, 2013

My favorite minifig ever would have to be Pythor. King of Snakes. Only of his tribe. To bad he got ate by the great devourer.

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ScribbleboyP
Dec 08, 2012

I also have a favourite LEGO guy.

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nadims
Jan 15, 2011

The picture for the cover of this book is the wrong picture

ChristyH Jan 07, 2011

This is a great book for anyone who likes Lego. There are some really neat Lego figures in here. For kids who aren't reading yet the book is still fun to look through.

vookad Nov 18, 2010

The Lego mini-people finally get their due. After years of having their bodies and heads changed 'round they deserve some respect. Find all your kids favourites listed here and read some interesting lego trivia along the way. A fun read for the lego maniac in your house.

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bentwood
Jul 02, 2013

bentwood thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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kermiyu
Sep 23, 2011

kermiyu thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 4 and 15

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