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I was worried that I would not be able to mention the title of my smallest ULTB but I found a smaller one, an English-Thai dictionary (http://www.librarything.com/work/10266884/book/63200605) although 841 pages, only 9.3 cm (3 3/4 inch) high. Unlike many pocket dictionaries, it can actually fit in a pocket.
My smallest book overall is http://www.librarything.com/work/10029754/book/57469763 (Emily Dickinson Selected Poems) but still 8.5 cm (3 1/4), followed almost exactly by http://www.librarything.com/work/7564326/book/58205393 which although it has an ISBN is more a pump than a book.
BookRags Literature Study Guide: Exercises in Style and
Les tramways dans les campagnes : chemins de fer sur accotements des routes."
It would be very interesting to add this library to LT, if we could only find a list of the books in this library.
We have a few such books but they were received as Zamorano Club keepsakes so I have not cataloged them all yet.
In the 1990s when I managed a bookstore, we had some of these books come through, including a fine press printer and binder who made a miniature book with a pop-up teddy bear in the middle. He looked at the many pop-up books in our store to get ideas on what would fit in such a tiny volume. It was also a dos-a-do where you could turn the book over and read it from the back in Spanish or the front in English. It was very limited (lettered copies) with a leather binding in a tiny slipcase or a more traditional binding.
As you can see, it would fit in several collections and I think that was the creator's intent.
PHOTOS we need to see PHOTOS!
PS Is there a tiny book collectors group? if not someone should start it.
I just joined.
One of the best books I've come across is Miniature Books: 4,000 Years of Tiny Treasures.