Review for LEGO Small Parts: The Secret Life of Minifigures

Review for LEGO Small Parts: The Secret Life of Minifigures

LEGO Small Parts: The Secret Life of Minifigures, Aled Lewis, Art, Photography, Humour, Lego, Minifigures, Life, Non-fiction, Couches, Lego figures, Table,I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

Another Lego book, I am so happy to see more Lego books up on Netgalley as I am a big big fan of Lego (building, collecting, etc.).

This one is all about the daily lives of the minifigures that live in the Lego World. Each page is a different life of minifigures. We see someone identify criminals, we see Rapunzel and that had me in complete stitches, yeah, that is what you get when you ask someone made from lego to put their hair down, we see a bouncy castle… gone wrong, and much more. I had so many giggles while reading this one and I just love the situations the author/photographer made. There were just so so much fun, and I loved a peek in the lives of all the different minifigures, what a life they have! Some normal, some wild, some out of this world.

I definitely would like to add this book to my collection, I am also pretty sure that my husband will enjoy it as he is another big lego lover.

I would recommend this fun book to everyone who loves Lego.

Star rating, 4.5 stars

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