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Legos on display at library


April 25. 2013 4:50PM


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Seven-year-old Bryce Phillips, a first-grade student at Wycallis Elementary School, will display his Lego collection at the Back Mountain Memorial Library during the month of May.


Bryce has been building and collecting Legos for one and a half years. He began when he started watching a TV series called Ninjago. His collection includes Ninjago sets and also Monster Fighter Lego sets. Bryce received most of these Legos as gifts for holidays and his birthday.


At first, Bryce had help from his parents building the sets but now he builds them by himself. Bryce states that, “The sets can take a long time to make.” The castle took the longest and is his favorite piece. “It’s the most awesomest,” he said. Bryce also enjoys going on the Internet to watch videos on Lego sets being built.


Bryce lives in Dallas with his parents, Roy and Tricia Phillips, and his sister, Julia.




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