New for 2008, the book 50 Years of the LEGO Brick presents the LEGO brick's history as well as stories around its creation and its use by children and adults everywhere.
I am very proud to have been a part of this book and to be a part of the new history of LEGO toys.
The book contains historic photos, removable reprints from old LEGO catalogs, and interviews with LEGO designers, LEGO fans, and more.
I have been featured throughout the book, most prominently in a five-page section that begins with my quote, "I am a child by profession." The book includes stories about my work as a LEGO Certified Professional, photos of many of my LEGO creations, as well as some quotes.
wow! it looks nice! but,i haven t seen any anywhere! hope i ll find some on the show in oct. it s really screaming quality and creativity! the presentation is quite good from what i can see! good luck!
still I think it wouldn't be a good lego book with out the lego pros in it! and you being in it I might just get this book. P.S. sorry about before, didn't realy think twice. and if you can can you please check out one of my creations it would be an honor if you did.
one of your #1 fans,
Commander T Fett
I like it
Heather LEGO Girl
August 13, 2008
But how much for an autographed copy? <hint, hint>
Very cool, Sean! While I know there are a tremendous number of excellent builders out there, I confess I would have been disappointed if you hadn't appeared in the book in some capacity. Your presence in the Lego community has been a positive influence in numerous ways (I personally am most grateful for your creation of MOCpages!). This book looks wonderful, and I'll be sure to put this one on the Christmas wish list this year!