architect wrote:Very few afol's have written books, but the number increases all the time. Well known books include Virtual Lego, Brick Testament, the Ultimate Lego Book, etc.
In the future I would like to write atleast one LEGO book. One idea of mine is a complete book of all castle sets with descriptions, price points, piece counts, and photos of the sets and all sub models. It would obviously have to be in color. A publisher like DK Publishing (which worked on the Ultimate LEGO Book) would be ideal for a project like this. Most afol books use smaller publishers though.
J1A3L5 wrote:I've never heard of this book anywhere else. Anyone have one or know anything about it? (Or where I could get my own copy?! )
J1A3L5 wrote:Has anyone here ever seen (Or own?) a book called "The World of LEGO Toys"? The local library here has it. (In the system, it's part of a network of libraries around the area so sometimes it has to be called in.)
You can see the pics here:
When I was younger I used to look at it all the time. Then about a month and a half ago I suddenly remembered it. I was trying to think of where I had seen this information on something (I had read as much of the book as I could when I was younger, but of course many parts I didn't understand or couldn't read.) Finally I realized it, and ordered the book back in.
I've never heard of this book anywhere else. Anyone have one or know anything about it? (Or where I could get my own copy?! )
Robin Hood wrote:Have any of you ever written about lego? I know some make lego things of storys, but ahve any of you ever written about lego? And it was known that it was about lego.
Duke_Dave wrote:No i have not ever written about or with Lego. I would like to someday write a story with them. I have a story in my head but at the moment lack the lego to create it
YESSSSSSS! the Ainunor series! The end of the first book is a huge surprise
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