Sean when you stop by to see my review of your book, please look at my series: LEGO HISTORY 101 - I hope you'll enjoy it. The numbers of visitors is slowly growing. Being a retired teacher I used it to teach "newbies" and bring back memories to the "oldies". I am doing plenty of research. And I am having a grand time! I hope you enjoy my graphics that lead into each section!
Sean, please stop by my MOCpage to see my review o your book! Here's the link: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/287914
Hope you enjoy it!
It took a long time to do, I kept getting sign in!
Love the book buying Cars next!
Also look over my Feast Pics! Please.
your most interesting book for me to date! the extra stickers make it a must for any serious city builder, cool move! the concept of pieces that you have at home, is a very good one! the only thing i see that is a downer, is the scale, at first glance, it might not be evident, but, when you build like me, you can see a scale difference between the fig,cars, and buildings, i know it makes a more impressive layout cheaper, but, on the long run, it looks a bit wrong, but, considering it is aimed at a very young audience, it s interesting to see what they ll come up with!
it looks very good!!! bravo!!!
I can't wait, my kids are going to love this! Too bad it isn't out a week earlier, it would make a perfect birthday gift for my son who turns 6 on Sept 8. I don't think I can wait until Christmas to give it to him.
Cool Cars and Trucks was great, reminding me of the old Idea Books of my childhood. It sounds like this one will be even more so with the stickers. I might just have to buy two copies, one to keep intact and one to use the stickers.
Quoting Quad ?????
Can't wait. But are they actual TLC sticker sheets, or your own?
My own! :) There's a subway map, street signs, soda machine, chinese restaurant sign, street vendor stickers, bus stops, and lots more. (One that looks suspiciously like a minifig in a Starbux logo but of course just says "Delicious Coffee" :)