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Praise for The Cult of LEGO
"I defy you to read and admire this book and not want to doodle with some bricks by the time you're done."
—Gareth Branwyn, online editor-in-chief, MAKE Magazine
"This fascinating look at the world of devoted LEGO fans deserves a place on the bookshelf of anyone who's ever played with LEGO bricks."
—Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief, Wired
"A crazy fun read, from cover to cover, this book deserves a special spot on the bookshelf of any self-respecting nerd."
—Jake McKee, former global community manager, the LEGO Group
"An excellent book and a must have for any LEGO enthusiast out there. The pictures are awesome!"
—Ulrik Pilegaard, author of Forbidden LEGO
All is well, no delays, nor problems. Would order from this seller again!Published 8 months ago by Momsgoneridin
John Baichtal is a genius. Love love love this book.
Has it all: history, great characters, plot and I'll even use it as a travel guide. Read more
In the 1950s, the LEGO Group made quality stackable plastic blocks a part of their inventory, and the rest, as they say, is history. Read morePublished 12 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
Fantastic Book, but not really for kids.. more for collectors...Published 13 months ago by Camillionbux!
I just finished reading this cover to cover. It was interesting, and went through all of the Lego sub-culture groups: Lego comics, Lego videos, Lego as art, Lego robotics, etc. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Betty Edit
I found The Cult of Lego to be a very interesting book. From the background on the development of Lego to the many pictures of some of the more unusual Lego creations, it was very... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Slim Jim
My grandson has really enjoyed this book, he has learned a lot about the LEGO history ans well as many new designsPublished 22 months ago by Ted