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La Educacion Es El Arma  Mas Poderosa

Jefferson County Texas’s first bookmobile is seen in this 1935 photo provided by the Jefferson County Library. Jefferson County commissioners voted in July budget hearings to close the

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Collegamento permanente dell'immagine integrata

An arch made of books forms the entryway into the bookshop Le Bal des Ardents in Lyon, France -- Impractical?

Jazz Age Follies: Photos of librarians in the 1920s

1920 photograph of a lady in a white dress perched atop a ladder in a library, draw in by a book she now has in her lap. "Woman Reading on Top of Ladder." Rights: Bettmann/CORBIS

Train Wagon Transformed into Clever Street Library in Curitiba, Brazil

Train car transformed into clever street library in Brazil

Train Wagon Transformed into Clever Street Library in Curitiba, Brazil : TreeHugger

Free library

The Little Free Libraries. The little boxes are designed to hold about 20 books to borrow and enjoy. Each Little Free Library runs on the honor system, displaying a sign that asks patrons to "Take a Book, Leave a Book.

Grand Library

16 Libraries You Have To See Before You Die

Clementinum Library or National Library, Prague - Czech Republic I am such a nerd. I want a library in my house one day books

The story jumps off the pages of a book.

The embodiment of an idea. Crafted in the way that gives flight and form to the fantasy. A fairy tale Book Display in a shop at the Efteling Theme Park in Kaatsheuvel, The Netherlands.

Library at the Château de Chantilly.

Library at the Château de Chantilly.


so true! i love it when i get lost in the world of books! - "Books build a stairway to your imagination.

The Perambulating Library of 1859 in Warrington, England, this was so old, I just had to add it...Can you imagine how important books were in the old old days..This wagon would have been a real treat....I can just imagine waiting on it to come.....

The Perambulating Library (early bookmobile) of 1859 in Warrington, Cheshire