Review: The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories (Volume 3)

Tiny Book Volume 3

The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories – Volume 3
By Joseph Gordon-Levitt
(It Books, Hardcover, 9780062121653, November 2013, 127pp.)

The Short of It:

Tiny in size but the creativity contained within this small volume never ceases to amaze me.

The Rest of It:

I’ve had the luxury of reading and reviewing both volumes one and two so when I had the opportunity to review this new volume, how could I refuse?

Once again, hitRECord, founded by Joseph Gordon-Levitt has put together another collection of amazing stories which happen to be only one or two pages long. The beauty of this project is that anyone can join the community and submit their work for a chance to be included in the next volume.

Here’s a small sample of what you’ll see in volume three:

Tiny Book Sample 1

Tiny Book Sample 2

Tiny Book Sample 3

As you can see from these examples, this is a fun book and would make a nice gift. I have all three and they do look great on my shelf. Most are simple black and white line drawings but there are shots of color here and there. I really enjoy them and love that artists everywhere, have the opportunity to be published through this project.

Source: Sent to me by the publisher.
Disclosure: This post contains Indiebound affiliate links.

16 thoughts on “Review: The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories (Volume 3)”

  1. I loved this book too!

    By the way, I finally made your gluten free cookies yesterday and they were a big hit. I will have to double the recipe next time. Do you chop up the peanuts when you make them? Thanks for the recipe!

    1. Oh good! It’s hard to imagine that those ingredients can turn into anything much less a cookie. No, I do not chop the peanuts. I like them chunky and I use Ghirardelli drops instead of chips for an even chunkier effect.

    1. They are priced rather high. I noticed online they are much cheaper, 6-7 bucks. I bet they put them in a volume set once they have 5. When they send them to me, my daughter always runs off with them so I have to search high and low to find them again. Hence the late review. I received it in October!


  2. This book looks simply adorable, and I didn’t know that Joseph Gordon-Levitt put out books! I don’t know why, but they kind of remind me of Edward Gorey, but a nicer, happier version–like if he had a not-so-morbid twin. And I love the snippets in your photos.


    1. The stories remind me of Gorey too which is funny because all the stories are created by different people. They all seem to have a similar feel though.


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