Tiny book not for the near-sighted

News From Canada.com: A very small book is making big news at Simon Fraser University’s nano imaging lab.

The SFU lab in Vancouver has created the world’s smallest published book — the only caveat is you’ll need a scanning electron microscope in order to read it.

Teeny Ted from Turnip Town — all .07 mm X .10 mm of it — is reportedly more teeny than the two current smallest books listed in the Guinness Book of Records — the New Testament of the King James Bible (5 X 5 MM, created by MIT in 2001) and Chekhov’s Chameleon (.9 X .9 mm, Palkovic in 2002).