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The Lego Company was founded in 1932, but it wasn't until fifteen years later that the privately owned Danish toymaker made the great leap forward to plastic. The rest is history, a history rarely if ever told as compellingly as by Sarah Herman in A Million Little Bricks. Her narrative shows how LEGO executives refused to rest on their bright colored interlocking bricks and continued to innovate. This illustrated book, now in trade paperback and NOOK Book, unfolds the ever-expanding story of LEGO inventions, product lines, manufacturing, marketing, and responses to market changes. A close-up look at building blocks and mindstorms.