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The story of Laura Ingalls Wilder became a television program in 1974: "The Little House on the Prairie". The Ingalls left Wisconsin to settle in Kansas. But after spending a few months in Kansas, they moved to Walnut Grove, Minnesota. The television show tells the life of this pioneering family. Along with the other characters of Walnut Grove have adventures that leave a refelexion at the end of the episode.
I did some of the main houses of the series (Oleson Mercantile, Ingalls house, School and Church). I think the most difficult part of this creation was to make the roofs of the houses, especially the Oleson Mercantile.
The roof can be easily removed to access the interior of the houses, and play the scenes of the series, the imagination has no limits!
I think this set could be a good Lego set. I think a set with just the houses, the cart and the minifigs (1 600 pieces) would be a good Lego set. 12 minifigures including: Charles, Caroline, Mary, Laura, Carrie, Nelson, Harriet, Nellie, Willie, Dr. Baker, Eva Beadle (teacher) and Mr. Edwards.
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