Charlotte and Patrick Branwell Brontë assembled tiny books when they were little.
Stitched together using printed scrap paper and leaves, they measure an elfin 2.5 by 5 centimeters.
Charlotte, who later authored Jane Eyre, wrote six, and Branwell, a future painter and poet, penned three.
Miniature books that their sisters Emily and Anne created sadly didn't survive.
Charlotte occasionally used the pseudonym Lord Charles Wellesley.
Hers are crafted with a steadier hand, neatly using embroidery thread.
Branwell's construction was a little hastier, as is evidenced with the stab-sewn binding made of thicker linen yarn.