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The Walking Library (Cincinnati Library archives)

The Walking Library, London, ca. via vintage everyday: The Walking Library, London, ca. Maybe we should revisit this idea. Reading books and making them easily accessible - grin.

The LA Public Library’s bookmobile program for the sick. (1928)

Old school KINDLE.the los angeles public library’s bookmobile for the sick, 1928

Bookmobile in Virginia, 1950's

vintagelibraries: “ Library of Virginia, Welcome to the BookMobile, year unknown.

All diese Welten...Astrid Lindgren, Charles Dickens, Otfried Preußler, Tomi Ungerer...

This summer - keep them reading! Books open the imagination and make time fly. Read to your kids, and help them love books, and they'll beg to read on their own.

In between trips to the library - first with my mother and later on via public transportation, I loved going to the book mobile

Bookmobile -- we walked blocks to the bookmobile! Thank goodness that books weighed less then.

This wonderful image is from a friend in London with whom I normally swap art postcards with, but she sent this very bookish card recently.  The descriptions reads "Sicilian Avenue" c. 1925

Sicilian Avenue, Londres, années my, i wish we had a bookstore like this!

i so wish little girls still dressed like this. when did we decide that our girls need to look like mini loose women?

little girls with brown paper packages tied up with string. These are a few of my favorite things.

Place Gabriel Pierné  © Rami Tsalka (Photographer, Tel Aviv) aka anticomar via flickr.  ... Respect people, Respect copyright. Credit the artist. Link directly to the artist's website.   COPYRIGHT LAW REQUIREMENTS: http://pinterest.com/pin/86975836525792650/  HOW TO FIND the ORIGINAL WEB SITE of an image: http://pinterest.com/pin/86975836525507659/

I want to sit here someday! Square Gabriel-Pierné A bench of books. This little pocket of a park just behind Institut de France was named for Henri Gabriel-Pierné, a French composer, conductor, and organist who died in Square Gabriel-Pierné, Paris VI