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Interesting mobile libraries of the world that reach the reader himself

London: There are interesting and wonderful libraries around the world that are amazing to look at. Most libraries travel from place to place and have been set up in everything from pets to buses. Come on a world tour with us where amazing libraries await you:

Mobile Library of Nigeria

The iRead Network in Lagos, Nigeria is currently providing the largest mobile library services. Fan Me Lari is now a ray of hope for poor Nigerian children.
Fanmi started the library in the first two baskets and delivered them to children in remote areas and now books in four big buses go to 44 different rural areas every week which is used by thousands of children. All the buses have a total of 13,000 books.

A donkey-laden library in Colombia

A donkey-accessing book network has been set up along Colombia’s high-altitude routes, dubbed the ‘Bibliotica Boro’, meaning ‘donkey library’. The library was started 20 years ago by two donkeys.

The library was started by Luis Sorino, a 42-year-old schoolteacher. He noticed in school that many children did not perform well because they did not have books.

Now Sorino visits children in remote mountainous areas and provides them with books. One donkey can carry 150 books at a time.

Evening Mobile Library

Amidst the bombings, the stumbling blocks of exile and the majestic clouds of war, there is a colorful van in Syria that is full of books and imparts knowledge to children. Syria’s eight-year war has seen an increase in the number of children who have never been to school.

Malik Rafi has started a mobile library in Van in Idlib and Aleppo area. So far, it has provided books to 4,000 children. This mobile library has over 2000 books. Despite the dangers and broken roads, this van reaches every place where children are eager to read and the book gives them a few moments off from the war.

Dutch container bookstore

A mobile library called By Bus has been launched in the Zan area of ​​the Netherlands. Made for children from 4 to 12 years old and all books are kept in one container.

The 12 meter wide container is designed for narrow streets and densely populated areas. Now three buses distribute books to 10,000 children every year and the children return to read books in a month.

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