When a bookmobile broke down last winter in rural Vermont, patrons, especially preschoolers, really missed it. Then a donor, who heard an NPR story about the rolling library's demise, came up with over $100,000 for a replacement. The town can't believe its good fortune. Vermont Public Radio's Charlotte Albright reports.
Donor Resurrects Endangered Bookmobile
By editor • May 20, 2012
Originally published on May 20, 2012 5:39 am