from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A truck, trailer, or van equipped to serve as a mobile lending library.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A mobile library; especially, a large van designed to transport a portion of some library's collection.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a van with shelves of books; serves as a mobile library or bookstore
The bookmobile, which is used to deliver books by the DeKalb County Library, did not clear a breezeway at Wills Creet Village assisted living that caused damage to the vehicle.
He calls the bookmobile "an important part of the community."
Tolstoy and the Purple Chair covers themes ranging from sorrow and loss to family and comfort, to remembrance and hope; it spans the time from my first visit to a bookmobile at age three across the decades to years later when I read a book a day, every day, for one year; and it includes real-life characters (family and friends) and the wonderful (or awful) characters I met in books.
If even one person lost a book, the bookmobile would boycott that entire village, choosing another to visit instead.
The bookmobile which came to my school, eons ago, had age-specific sections.
I remember seeing the spine of it on the bookmobile -- did any of you have one of those in your area?
When I was in the bookmobile the other day, there was a kid there who didn't speak English so well but was watching all the people bringing in and taking away books.
This was the bookmobile, operated by the county library system.
She looks at me, here in front of the window, watching the boys so she won't have to worry and reading one of the stack of books I bring home every week from the bookmobile, and she shakes her head and starts again.
So we did three, four tours before that and then when we got a little bit of money together we bought a bookmobile but someone needed to have a trucker license to be able to drive this thing.
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