On Book Riot, I have a post up about finding libraries in unexpected places. In it, I look at a series of twists on the bookmobile, which took libraries to surprising places. There are libraries in supermarkets, libraries in vending machines, libraries on donkeys, and more.
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I'm Derek Attig, a director of communications at a non-profit and scholar of media history and American Studies. I am writing a book about bookmobiles in America.
I was a 2012 Google Policy Fellow. I'm also a contributor to Book Riot.
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