Small parts and Small Ball.
Start a new storyExpand your Modular Building collection with this exclusive NEW bookshop.
What will you find inside?Like the best books, this set has unexpected details, from a colorful pet chameleon to a birch tree with a toy plane stuck in its branches. Created with a modular design that lets you build, unbuild and reconfigure the two buildings in any number of ways, this collectible all-new Bookshop and townhouse join a neighborhood of highly-detailed LEGO Creator Expert sets you can mix, match and make your own.
Reveal unexpected details with every brick
Meet a friendly, but mischievous, chameleon.
Stroll along the footpath and go window shopping.
Discover a cosy nook to catch up with friends.
Grow as you build
Explore the garden at the townhouse next door.
Choose your own story
Mix and match characters for a new story every time.
View from the top
See everything from a rooftop balcony and skylight.
Short stories or tall talesUncover surprising details with every brick as you build this exclusive new bookshop and townhouse.
Make every story your ownBuild, change and customise in your own way with this completely modular set.
- July 10th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0My first modular building!I would recommend this to a friend!This was the first set I got after the Central Perk set got me back into the game that is LEGO. I had no idea what I was in for! The Friends one was fun to build but this was fantastic. I really loved building all these little intricate things for the first time. I had had no idea things could look like that. The exterior, for most of the modulars, is the main draw, and that's the case with this one. The interior IS lovely, though, don't get me wrong. Many complain about the lack of books in the book shop but I find it plenty sufficient. The green stairs are so gorgeous. The rooms are so great and efficient. I think my favorite is the little townhouse, though. It reminds my wife and I of our own little apartment in NYC and is really quite cute. The bay windows in the front is probably my favorite feature on any exterior of any modular. I got some cheap LED lights and lit it my own way instead of buying one of those expensive packs, see for yourself how it turned out. It's all so beautiful and was a heck of a way to get into the modular scene. I bought a great many after this, the Diner being my personal favorite, but this one is still terrific.12 July 2021Jon, LEGO® Customer ServiceWhat fantastic photos! Thanks for taking the time to share your review with us, we really do have the best fans!Play Experience5.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55Bookshop
- December 31st, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Bookshop has a hidden side.I would recommend this to a friend!A fantastic set filled with a charming complementary colour palette and excellent exterior detail. The dark greens, lush browns and gold tiles create a real bookshop 'feel'. The subtle touches tie in with the Autumn setting with great effect - yellow & orange leafs on the ground, a pumpkin growing in the garden ready for Old Hallow's Eve. But it's always the little details that make this theme stand out: the black armchair, "Moby Brick", a warm fire place. Though it is a shame that the Grandfather clock can't be easily detached from the interior wall. To my surprise, an extra Lego minifigure's head popped up in bag 6 whilst building the house. It appears to belong to a ghoul or ghost from the hidden side theme. An intriguing feature given the set's setting around Hallowe'en season! Overall, this was an enjoyable build, if your relatively new - or returning to Lego after a long time - I would go for this set.Value for Money4.0Build Time: 7 daysWas this helpful?55Bookshop
- January 2nd, 2022Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Detailed and beautiful architectureI would recommend this to a friend!I'd had my eye on this set for some time and when it was my birthday and I had some VIP points to use I finally took the plunge. It is such a lovely experience to build thanks to all the little details inside each modular section and with the care paid to the architecture on the exterior which makes it wonderful to display afterwards. I did have to redo a few parts where I hadn't paid close enough attention to the instructions but the overall effect was satisfying. I only wish more detail had been put into the bookshop side mezzanine floor as the bookshelves beneath it are gorgeous but sadly hidden by it.Value for Money4.0Was this helpful?55Bookshop
- October 29th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0NovelI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI am a huge fan of the modular builds so it was a no brainer for me to get this one when I saw it. Especially as before I started being obsessed with Lego I was an avid reader - definitely past tense as I haven't picked a book up for about 3 months now which is so not me. Anyhow, on to the actual review. There are lots and lots of little details within the buildings themselves and, for me, discovering those is what makes the build really exciting for me. I don't really research a kit before buying it or examine all the pack images omce it is in my sweaty little hands so builds like this with loads of little internal details make me "squee" whilst building. Definitely lots of that going on with this build. First off the external looks of this set are excellent and I even like that pesky Birch Tree (although I would have liked a set of optional green "leaves" for it instead of it being permanentily autumn). Nice to have an actual residence next to the store instead of just retail outlets, depending on how you display your modulars you could separate them out as they just Technic pin together. The internal stairs in the Bookshop are built, which I always enjoy. Yes, it is repetitive but something soothing about doing the same motions again and again to produce a finished look. They also look better finished than the premoulded ones. Even better there are NO STICKERS! Where detailing is needed it is preprinted - heaven for my sausage fingers. Number Of Pieces: 2504 Approximate Price Per Piece: £0.06 Build Time: 6.5 HoursPlay Experience5.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 6 hrs 30 minsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Bookshop