Tag Archives: Bookmobile

Kids Love Books

Ethiopia Reads builds schools, libraries, trains teachers and supports mentoring programs throughout Ethiopia, but one of their coolest projects is the Donkey Mobile Libraries. Since 2005, Ethiopia Reads’ five donkeymobiles have brought books to more than 120,000 children in rural … Continue reading

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The A47 Mobile Library is a book mobile that travels around Mexico City. Funded by the nonprofit alumnos47 foundation, the A47 carries 1500 books and is large enough to accommodate small groups for workshops, lectures, book groups or just to … Continue reading

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Who Can Forget Their First Bookmobile

Yikes ! I nearly forgot that today is National Bookmobile Day. Although they’ve been disappearing at an alarming rate lately due to heavyhanded budget cutting, nearly 1,000 bookmobiles still range wild and free throughout the United States bringing essential library … Continue reading

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