Besides the single posts that have been an will be archived here, there are many other important and useful resources for people interested in LEGO history. The following list does not claim to be a complete one.
- The official LEGO Idea House website
- Gary Istok’s Unofficial LEGO Sets/Parts Collectors Guide (website | Facebook). New edition coming soon. Printed books coming soon too!
- Brick Fetish (not updated in a long time)
- The Color List, by Ryan Howerter
- Pages of LEGO in the 1950s (not updated in a long time)
- Miniland Online
- Vintage LEGO Toys
- MiniBricks Madness, a website about Modulex bricks.
- 50 Years of Play, by Willy Horn Hansen, 1982 The LEGO Group
- World of LEGO Toys, by Henry Wiencek, 1987
- 50 Years of the LEGO Brick, by Christian Humberg, 2008 The LEGO Group
- Et liv med LEGO, by Jens Andersen (with Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen), 2021 (edition in English coming first half of 2022)
- The Secret Life of LEGO Bricks, by By Daniel Konstanski, 2022 (upcoming, and sounding very interesting)
- A Short History of the LEGO Brick (1949-Today), by Sampoerna Quatrain, part 1 and part 2
- LEGO Bayer Test-Strikes, by Maxx, part 1 and part 2 (The Brick Blogger)
- LEGO colors – introduction, by Maxx (The Brick Blogger)
- Beryll Roehl and the beautiful world of LEGO test bricks, by Fantastic Brick (The Brothers Brick)
- These LEGO test bricks are fantastically photogenic, by Fantastic Brick (The Brothers Brick)
- Jumbo Bricks, by Francesco Spreafico (New Elementary)
- What Is Modulex?, by Francesco Spreafico (New Elementary)
- LEGO® Minitalia, by Francesco Spreafico (New Elementary)