Turn the cuteness factor up to the max with this LEGO Star Wars The Child (75318) build-and-display model. Authentic details of this popular character, affectionately referred to as Baby Yoda, are recreated in LEGO style, with posable head, ears and mouth for different expressions, plus the Child’s favorite toy – a gearshift knob (element included) – for it to hold just find it irresistible does in Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Totally charming A super gift idea for kids aged 10+ and any Star Wars fan, it includes clear building instructions so even LEGO beginners can enjoy the fun, creative process. This buildable model also comes with an information sign and the Child LEGO minifigure to complete a charming display. LEGO Star Wars for all! The LEGO Group has been recreating iconic starships, vehicles, locations and characters from the legendary Star Wars universe since 1999. LEGO Star Wars has grow to be a hugely successful theme, with a variety of sets for play and display to excite fans of every age.
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Fans can build their own charming, brick-built toy model of The Child (75318) from Star Wars: The Mandalorian, reproducing authentic details in LEGO style to create a delightful display piece
This buildable model captures all of the cute features of this hugely popular little Star Wars character, including a posable head, movable ears and an adjustable mouth for different expressions
The set includes a gearshift knob element – the Child’s favorite toy – which can also be placed in its hand, plus an information sign and the Child LEGO minifigure to complete a delightful display
This 1,073-piece, collectible LEGO Star Wars building toy makes the most efficient birthday gift, holiday present or special occasion surprise for kids aged 10+ and all Star Wars: The Mandalorian fans
Measuring over 7.5” (19cm) high, 8.5” (21cm) wide and 5” (13cm) deep, this brick-built model of the Child won’t take up too much space, but is sure to make a big visual have an effect on wherever it’s displayed