The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Volume 3

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It Books
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4.15 X 6.37 X 0.72 inches | 0.46 pounds

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About the Author

HitRECord founder and director Joseph Gordon-Levitt's acting career has managed to garner a massive popular appeal while maintaining a widely respected artistic integrity. He recently starred in Christopher Nolan's Academy Award-nominated Inception and received Golden Globe, Independent Spirit and People's Choice award nominations for his performance in (500) Days of Summer. Currently earning rave reviews for his performance in 50/50, also starring Seth Rogen, his upcoming films include David Koepp actioner Premium Rush and Rian Johnson's sci-fi thriller Looper, with Bruce Willis. He is currently in production on The Dark Knight Rises, the third installment in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, and will next begin work opposite Daniel Day Lewis in Steven Spielberg's Abraham Lincoln biopic, Lincoln.


"Told with haiku-like precision."--LA Weekly
"From the department of Perfect Hipster Stocking Stuffers . . . Buy it for your brooding-artist cousin, but then selfishly decide to keep it for yourself."--Philadelphia City Paper
"Not just a coup for [] but also an object lesson in how it works."--New York Times
"A brand new collection of moving (and funny!) stories from the hitRECord family and It Books."--Entertainment Weekly
"A handsome hardbound book full of wit, whimsy, and a little wisdom."--Philadelphia Inquirer
"Fascinating . . . A wonderful little book . . . highly recommend[ed] to anyone who loves ingenuity, irony and beauty."---Tampa Bay Books Examiner, "Top 10 Best Books for Christmas"
Dive into its shortest of short stories and relish its captivating illustrations, and soon enough you'll realize: Even if you're not physically carrying the book, you're carrying its stories with you throughout your days . . . [an] itty bitty bound book with a big ol' heart.--Austin Chronicle