the best book i ever read as a child best lego mary anne I ever seen.Grandpa. wen my grandpa told me about the book So i had to read it.Had to get grandpa to buy me the book.So i could have it forever.PS I love to
Build with LEGOS. And mary anne is awesome!!!!!
Quoting Dennis Price
Perhaps "Katy and the Big Snow" would be appropriate for those of us living in the upper Midwest section of the U.S. . . . bbbbrrrrr!
I have that story in the Virginia Lee Burton Treasury with Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, so I'll take a look at it. Although with a foot of snow on the lawn and temperatures forecast well above freezing this weekend, an inflatable boat may soon be in order. Thank you for your comment.
Quoting Ian Spacek
I think I recall seeing this at BrickWorld.
Ian, I did have it on display at BrickWorld, but I got a little behind on posting the new builds I put on display. With the new year here I figured I should get all of last year's pieces posted, so when I set up for my MELO Rd 1 photo shoot I pulled this and a few other pieces off of the shelves. I'll be posting another of these builds tonight and the other two later this week.
A classy, well-done model for a classic book. Always loved this story since it showcases how something old can be repurposed and useful in new ways. Plus, it's a good story. Perhaps "Katy and the Big Snow" would be appropriate for those of us living in the upper Midwest section of the U.S. . . . bbbbrrrrr!
I think I recall seeing this at BrickWorld. An excellent build Mr. Merrill! I'm particularly impressed with the functionality. Heh, I've still got this book sitting on my shelf. I always thought it'd make a great MOC, but I never got around to it myself. That said, this is fun to see! Cheers!