The Teeniest book in the library, is now not the teeniest book in the library….

After last weeks post about the tiny Lords Prayer we have in the library, our head of printed books had to out do that, and buy the tiniest mechanically printed book, in the world!

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The leather bound book takes the art of printing and bookbinding to an entirely new dimension of precision.  Renowned German typographer Joshua Reichert especially created a colourful alphabet for this tiny ABC-picture book, exclusively produced in the traditional book city of Leipzig where the idea was originally born.

Measuring 2.4 x 2.9 mm and presented in a wooden box including a magnifying glass, this is the world’s smallest book in a published edition.

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