Official Reveal of LEGO Disney Princess Storybooks

Here’s something new that came up on my Facebook feed this morning thanks to Through the Disney Princess line, LEGO has announced the Storybook sets.

There are four in total, and they are a very paired back version of the LEGO Pop Up Book from last year. It’s a solid book shaped housing that opens to reveal brick built scenes, along with the new, smaller minidoll. They’re cuter and shorter, and have bigger heads and eyes. They’re also only one stud wide, and are too small to grip anything but the small hair piece bars.

The four sets are based on Mulan, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Frozen. Frozen hasn’t been revealed as yet.

43174 Mulan Storybook Adventures

43176 Little Mermaid Storybook Adventures

43177 Beauty and the Beast Storybook Adventures

What do you think? I like that they’re portable and lockable, but there’s not a lot of room in there. I’m still very curious though.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

4 thoughts on “Official Reveal of LEGO Disney Princess Storybooks

  1. Kath

    I like that these are portable and close up neatly. If my kids were younger, this would be perfect to have handy for waiting at the doctors or a cafe or for travelling.
    I’d still get one for me though! They’re cute 🙂

    • John Post author

      I was thinking the same thing about travelling! You always need some LEGO…

  2. Sasha

    I think the “Polly Pocket Crowd” would really go for it. It’s a shame there isn’t a handle on the book. The children who would play with it might have difficulty carrying it around.

    I can imagine children wanting to play with it in the car on a journey. It would be interesting to see how many extra pieces could go in the book when it’s closed.

    I wouldn’t have any faith in the 1 stud lock. I wonder how substantial the sides are.

    The figures are definitely cuter than the Friends figures.

    • John Post author

      Yeah the lock doesn’t look that solid. There seems to be a fair bit of room inside, but like the pop up book, when it’s closed, it’s chock full. It may be the same here.

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