LEGO Juniors Supermarket Suitcase PDF ePub eBook

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Take the LEGO Juniors Supermarket Suitcase with you everywhere you go! Set up the Easy to Build Supermarket with vegetables and cute red scooter to help your minifigures get to the store. Put the different foods in the shopping basket and stroke the friendly cat while you choose your flavor at the ice cream bar. With easy instructions and quick start elements to get the play started sooner, LEGO Juniors models are designed specially for an easy start with the LEGO brick. Includes 2 minifigures: a shop assistant and a customer, plus a cat.

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