A non-fiction photographic essay of mobile libraries from thirteen countries around the world: Australia, Azerbaijan, Canada, England, Finland, Indonesia, Kenya, Mongolia, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Thailand, and Zimbabwe.
The true story of a young lady, newly a librarian, who decides to share her love of books with those around her in North Carolina by creating a mobile library since their town did not have a brick-and-mortar one.
This fictional tale is based upon the true stories of The Pack Horse Librarians who shared books with the people in the rural towns of the Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky in the 1930s.
A love of books and a tiny house that can't contain them all is the inspiration for one young man to pack his donkeys full of them and travel to rural villages near his home in Colombia, sharing his books with the children as he passes through their village each month. This is the true story of the mobile library of Luis Soriano and his Biblioburro.
This is a story of a little girl who loves to read, but with only a few books in her village in the mountains of Colombia, she has long read them again and again. Imagine her delight when a young man on a donkey comes riding through her village one day, with sacks of books available to borrow! This is the true story of the mobile library of Luis Soriano.