The world's smallest book, so small it can only be viewed with an electron microscope, was unveiled today. Teeny Ted from Turnip Town, a success story by Malcom Douglas Chaplin, was created at Canada's Simon Fraser University's Nano Imaging Lab. To quote the website World Records Academy,
"At 0.07 mm X 0.10 mm, Teeny Ted from Turnip Town is a tinier read than the two smallest books currently cited by the Guinness Book of World Records: the New Testament of the King James Bible (5 X 5 mm, produced by MIT in 2001) and Chekhov’s Chameleon (0.9 X 0.9 mm, Palkovic, 2002). By way of comparison, the head of a pin is about 2 mm."
The book has an ISBN (International Standard Book Number, a common identifier for books) and is yours for only $20,000. Put that in your Amazon wish list.
PS: this could solve BHPL's shelving and space shortage.