Definition of bookmobile
: a truck that serves as a traveling library
Recent Examples of bookmobile from the Web
There also will be a children's tent for young readers, a bookmobile with Spanish-language literature, and book, food, and commercial vendors.
A bookmobile with Spanish-language literature also will be present.
Currently, the library is working out a Technobus schedule, similar to that of bookmobiles.
Over the years, new Bookmobiles were purchased while others went out of commission.
Somewhere around 4,800 libraries and bookmobiles are giving away the glasses, which are being provided in part by the Moore Foundation.
The Northern Illinois Food Bank has a Child Hunger Corps Fellow on staff through Feeding America that has been working to expand its summer meal program to additional library and bookmobile sites this year.
Toys sought for bookmobile prizes Friends of Canyon Hills Library will begin collecting Happy Meal toys on April 3, which will be used as prizes for events planned by the Anaheim Public Library Bookmobile.
That’s when St. Paul Public Library will host kick-off centennial celebrations for Arlington Hills/East Side Freedom Library, George Latimer Central Library, Riverview Library and St. Anthony Library, a well as the bookmobile.
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First Known Use of bookmobile
BOOKMOBILE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bookmobile for English Language Learners
: a large vehicle that contains many library books and that goes to different places so that people can borrow the books
BOOKMOBILE Defined for Kids
Definition of bookmobile for Students
: a truck with shelves of books that is a traveling library
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