It is a chidren's book, but there will be some AFOL focus.
BigBenKenobi wrote:Maybe it will be like the one lego released that had all the sets that were ever produced
LEGO has never produced a book like this.
Oh yes they have. The LEGO Collector's Guide
. Well, not LEGO really. But this book I think is the one BBK is referring to.
I'm surprised LEGO hasn't advertized this
book more. I know you can look at most of this stuff on Bricklink, but there is something nice about actually sitting back in a chair, and holding a book in your hand. I've got it and I enjoy reading it. Like going down Memory Lane? Then this is a good book for that. Its actually pretty informative on the rarity of sets, piece counts and production dates. It's about the same size as a standard bible or student dictionary.
My only complaints about it are; the pictures are really small and about an tenth of the pictures have a little guy with a bubble saying, "Photo not available."