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Different libraries around the world: mobile library
Mobile libraries occupy an interesting niche in the library world. Usually offering similar (though often smaller scale) services as a public library (though mobile school and special libraries do exist too) – mobile libraries are defined by their clients. If a community is unable to go to the library, mobile libraries exist to bring the library to the community.
Field Guide to Mobile Libraries
Blog post from Fine Books Magazine, 13 June 2012.
An archived version of a page created by the Prince Rupert Public Library. (captured 8 March 2005)