Tuesday Teen Recommendations: Brick by Brick

Every week a guest teen reviewer shares a book, movie, or music recommendation. This week's guest post is by Belle, a 10th grader at the Shoreline Library. 

Brick by Brick [ebook]

By using the story of how Lego can still succeed nowadays even though the wooden toy industry has failed. Hundreds and billions of people fall in love with just such Lego's brick by brick. Lego, a company that started from wooden blocks in 1932, is now a company that makes the plastic block. The bizarre twists turn, and finally success legendary let us learn about the ways to lead a company successful.

Children love Legos because they are interesting. Adults love Legos because they are educational. Legos can be played from three-year-old kids to eighty nine or more years old! There are so many games -- computer games, MP3, and other technological items other than real toys. Many toy companies fail and declare bankruptcy for no innovation; however, Lego is still alive. The legendary history behind the brand, Lego, is what we should notice.