Little Brick Schoolhouse

CREDITS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


www.brickmywords.com - "Little Brick Schoolhouse" font, courtesy of Brick My Words. Brick your words for free! (Unfortunately, the site seems to be gone as of June 25, 2008.)

"Little Red Schoolhouse" image originally created by Teri Olsen in 2000 for her Knowledge House website.

http://www5c.biglobe.ne.jp/~kazzen/DB0_Enter.html - LEGO clip art, courtesy of DECO BLOCK. Free LEGO-style buttons, dividers, animations, and more.

http://www.lugnet.com/fibblesnork/lego/backgrounds/ - LEGO brick background, courtesy of Fibblesnork. (Copyright held by by Todd Lehman.) Available in 18 different colors and 2 different sizes!

Thank you, Peter, for your technical support.

Also, thanks to Jon and Josh who tested these pages.

Thanks to "Striker" from the Little Brick Schoolhouse Forum for making the original version of our glossary. We've since added a few more entries to it.

Vintage LEGO Letters (on Glossary page) by Leo Reynolds:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/sets/72157602636568000/


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