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How to Start a Bookmobile

How to Start a Bookmobile

Ever wanted to start your own bookmobile and become a book seller? Owner of Iron Dog Books offers insights and lessons learned. Source: How to Start a Bookmobile

La Carreta Literaria | Fundación

La Carreta Literaria | Fundación

The  Cultural Corporation La Carreta Literaria Let's read!  is a non-profit entity whose objective is to promote the pleasure of reading among children and young people through the development of programs and campaigns in the city of Cartagena, in the department of...

Share your Street Library story

Share your Street Library story

How do you run your Street Library? What do you do to entice people to stop at your Street Library?We are searching for passionate Street Librarians to share their words of wisdom with the Street Library community by being interviewed on Facebook or Instagram Live....

KU Gwynneville Preschool welcomes their Street Library

KU Gwynneville Preschool welcomes their Street Library

Sage, 4, and Jarrah, 8, with early childhood educator Carly Wells at the KU Gwynneville Preschool. Photo: Adam McLean. KU Gwynneville Preschool is the lucky recipient of a new street library. The new library at Berkeley Street, Gwynneville is the only one of its kind...

Why Men Are Reading Romance Novels

According to Romance Writers of America, a nonprofit for romance authors, 18 percent of romance fiction readers are men. Source: Why Men Are Reading Romance Novels

Meet Noah our August Street Librarian of the Month

Meet Noah our August Street Librarian of the Month

Hi, My name is Noah and I am a Street Librarian. I am 12 years old and I love to read. Like REALLY love to read. In Year 6 we had to create a community service project, and I decided to create my very own street library. I hammered it, nailed it and painted it. And...

12 books by Indigenous authors you should read next.

12 books by Indigenous authors you should read next.

We're in the middle of NAIDOC week - a time to learn more about about the First Nations people who have inhabited this country for over 65,000 years. NAIDOC Week. Source: 12 books by Indigenous authors you should read next.

Interesting facts about books and reading

Interesting facts about books and reading

The word 'Library' is derived from the Latin word 'Liber' which means “book”. Meanwhile, according to Britannica.com the 'Latinized Greek word, bibliotheca, is the origin of the word for library in German, Russian, and the Romance languages'. Source: The word...

Welcome to Henson Street Library

Henson Street Library was given to me (Jess) as the kit version of The Shed for my 30th birthday. I am an avid reader with a very strong passion for a circular economy and community engagement. You will find my Stree Library on Henson Street in Marrickville,...

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