Through interviews with the founding family that still owns the company -- and with access to the vast LEGO archive, this definitive story behind one of the most beloved brands on the planet doubles as a cultural history of changing generations' view of childhood and the importance of play.
308 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
In recent years, China's north-western province has become home to over 1,200 penal camps - modern-day gulags that are estimated to house three million members of the Kazakh and Uyghur minorities. Imprisoned solely due to their ethnicity. While incarcerated, Sayragul Sauytbay gained access to secret information that revealed Beijing's long-term plans to undermine not only its minorities, but democracies around the world. This rare testimony from the...