Belle's Storybook Adventures is LEGO set 43177-1. It has a score of 85. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 34.4% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Disney.
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Disney has been partnering with Lego for quite some time and an increasing number of products have been produced. This Belle's Storybook kit, however, is a bit different: everything can be contained within a book "case". That fact alone had instantly made this play set a hit with our nieces (and my wife who actually said, "I wish I had something like that when I grew up".)With 111 pieces, it took less than 30 mins for one of our nieces to set up. All the major characters from the Beast's castle are on display, and the Belle and Beast mini figures are adorable.Because this kit is portable and contains a number of small items, this play set can help keep the little ones entertained during car rides and hotel stays.It is rare that I give 5 stars to a Lego set, but this one deserves it based on the BIG smiles it left on our nieces (and wife!)
This concept is awesome - compact and self contained fun for little ones! My 4 year-old daughter loves imaginative play with this set but her favorite character (Lumiere) is not included with this set - which is why I only rated it 4 stars. Otherwise was easy to assemble and is an excellent choice for travel since all of the pieces fit in the "book".
There are two sides to every story, and that's definitely true in these two-sided construction sets. Disney Princess fans will have fun playing out different scenes from their favorite Disney movies. These sets are easy to build, inspire kids to imagine their own stories, and are totally portable for play on the go. We also like the cute look of the new micro-dolls. Those might be fun for collectors, too.
For sets of this small size, that was a pretty long list of new and rare elements. And I haven't talked about the completely new parts yet!
My daughters (9, 7 and 4) repeatedly pull the sets out of the display cabinet to play with them. It triggers their fantasy to come up with all kind of adventures, despite the sets being small. This is the purpose of these sets. I, as an AFOL, am spoiled with large, complex sets that end up on a shelf. But not these sets. These are meant to be played with, as LEGO is, at its core. And these deliver on that. So they get a high passing grade from me.