Dr. Seuss and LEGO gets 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas

2nd January 2023

LEGO Ideas Dr. Seuss and LEGO

Dr. Seuss and LEGO is the latest project to reach 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. Having just reached that milestone after the cut off date of 2nd January, this project will enter the first review round of 2023, rather than the final round of 2022.

The project has a similar concept to the Hogwarts Moments sets that we waved goodbye to last year as there are three of Dr. Seuss's most famous books that can be opened up to reveal small scale playsets featuring elements from each story.

LEGO Ideas Dr. Seuss and LEGO

Book 1 is The Cat in the Hat, which includes:

  • The mother's room
  • A house entrance, living room, and various toys
  • Minifigures of The Cat in the Hat and the story's three children
  • A cleaning machine
  • Thing 1 and the big red wood box
LEGO Ideas Dr. Seuss and LEGO

Book 2 is How the Grinch Stole Christmas, which includes:

  • The Whoville in Christmas and Mount Crumpit and the Grinch's cave (in micro scale)
  • A Who's house with a sleigh on the roof
  • The Who's Christmas Feast
  • Minifigures of The Grinch dressed as Santa and a Who child
  • Max the dog in a reindeer costume
LEGO Ideas Dr. Seuss and LEGO

Book 3 is The Lorax, which includes:

  • The Truffula tree forest
  • The Factory (in micro scale ) and a Thneed signboard
  • The factory entrance and the gluppity-Glupp machine
  • The Once-ler house (Lerkim) with a Whisper-ma-Phone, the abandoned factory, and the pile of rocks with the one word "UNLESS"
  • Minifigures of The Lorax with a Brown Bar-ba-loots bear, the Once-ler with a Thneed (cloth and plastic) and money, and the boy with the Truffula seed

This is the first project to enter the first review round of 2023, which will end in early May 2023.

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Posted by Graham on 2nd January 2023

Graham is a passionate LEGO collector, who has a penchant for the Castle, Pirates, and Western themes. You can usually find him monitoring the latest developments and giving his opinion on what's hot and not in the LEGO world.