Some books are worth more than others, and I’m not just talking about the ones with shiny covers. The most expensive books in the world can fetch a pretty penny! For example, the Codex Leicester, a manuscript written by Leonardo da Vinci, sold for $30.8 million in 1994. That’s more than most people’s houses!
But honestly, who needs a house when you can own a book that was written by a genius like Leonardo da Vinci? Owning a piece of history like that is pretty cool. Just make sure you have a good insurance policy and a safe place to keep it – after all, it’s worth a sizeable fortune.