Hoth Bricks has found images of the potential covers for some upcoming LEGO books from DK. The first book is called Great LEGO Sets: A Visual History which will be available on October 6. The 256 page book will be similar to LEGO Minifigure Year by Year: a Visual History but will focus on the sets instead.
Packed with stunning photography and fascinating facts, Great LEGO® Sets: A Visual History explores the history of LEGO sets in magnificent detail. The guide offers an expansive overview of the most significant, popular, and interesting play sets, featured in chronological order from 1955 to the present day.
Great LEGO Sets: A Visual History features the most beloved sets in the LEGO Group’s long history, including much-loved classic 1980s LEGO Space and LEGO Castle sets and the latest stunning licensed themed sets, such as LEGO® Star Wars®.
Created in full collaboration with the LEGO Group and with profiles and quotes from LEGO designers, this captivating new book also comes with an exclusive retro-style LEGO set for readers to build.
The second book is called LEGO Awesome Ideas which contains 200 pages and will be available on September 1. This book will be similar to The LEGO Ideas Book and the LEGO Play Book which will give you more building ideas and techniques to create your own masterpiece.
LEGO® Awesome Ideas is an all-new ideas book that unlocks the secrets of LEGO building and shows fans how to create a world with their imagination. Beautifully clear photography and informative text demonstrates how entire models are built up while also providing step-by-step visual breakdowns and offering alternative ways to build models.
Explore each chapter as it steadily creates a themed world and ultimately showcases a dynamic diorama of the complete build, showing readers that they too can build up an entire LEGO world from scratch — model by model, brick by brick.
With creative model ideas and visual tips and techniques, LEGO Awesome Ideas will inspire anyone, from beginners to accomplished builders.
The last book that is shown is called LEGO Star Wars: Through a Lens by Vesa Lehtimäki aka Avanaut. If you browsed through some LEGO photography before, you’ve probably come across his images a few times. This new book will probably showcase his best LEGO Star Wars work in a published book form. Preliminary info about this book is that it will cost around $30 and be available on November 3.
There’s also another book that I was pointed to that will be out this fall is LEGO: I Want That Minifigure!. It has 208 pages and will be available on October 6. It takes a more in-depth look at LEOG minifigures and what makes them unique. This book will also include an exclusive minifigure.
Have you ever wondered which LEGO® minifigure had the first double-sided head? Or which one was the first to have a printed torso or peg leg? Discover all the answers to these questions and more in DK’s I Want That Minifigure!
Meet more than 200 amazing LEGO minifigures and find out what makes each one special. With stunning images and informative annotations, this encyclopedia features the most unique minifigures in amazing detail — all accompanied by fascinating facts and trivia that bring them to life.
Perfect for LEGO fans and collectors of all ages, I Want That Minifigure! is the official guide to the rarest and most desirable minifigures, and also comes with its own exclusive minifigure.