A newly designed Burlington County bookmobile has hit the road and is equipped to bring more than 4,000 items to residents, including books in regular and large print, children’s books, audio books, DVDs and CDs.

Daily visits are made to senior communities, apartment complexes and other public sites, and school visits with the mobile library can be arranged. Last year, nearly 12,000 items were checked out from the bookmobile.

The mobile library has been a long-standing Burlington County tradition. The first bookmobile, a Ford Model T, was put into service in 1921 when the county’s library system opened.

A regular Burlington County Library System card is needed to use the service. Residents may register for a library card when visiting the mobile library or any of the branch or member locations.

For a full mobile library schedule, click here.

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