My Librarian Is A Camel
How Books Are Brought to Children Around the WorldBook - 2005
Do you get books from a public library in your town or even in your school library? In many remote areas of the world, there are no library buildings. In many countries, books are delivered in unusual way: by bus, boat, elephant, donkey, train, even by wheelbarrow. Why would librarians go to the trouble of packing books on the backs of elephants or driving miles to deliver books by bus? Because, as one librarian in Azerbaijan says, "Books are as important to us as air or water!" This is the intriguing photo essay, a celebration of books, readers, and libraries.
Publisher: Honesdale, PA : Boyds Mills Press, 2005
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: EASY 027.4 RUU 2005
Characteristics: 30p : photos