Children and families in outlying communities might not have easy access to public libraries. The Fairbanks North Star Borough Public Libraries' mobile library called the Bookmobile visits these communities monthly.
“When I first got the job I really loved the idea of the Bookmobile. There are a lot of libraries in the Lower 48 that don’t have this kind of resource, especially in southern states, where there are rural communities that could benefit from it, but they just don’t have it,” said AmeriCorps Vista Program Specialist Zak Mitchell.
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