BISMARCK, N.D. - Book worms can't always get to the library. So for more than 40 years , the Burleigh County Bookmobile has filled that need to read.
The bookmobile pulled over at Shiloh Christian School for students to enjoy something different than their normal library.
Second grade students walked into the "library on wheels" to search for their favorite books or movies.
"The books are great, and some are chapter books, some are short books, and the movies are great," said second-grader Sophia Busch.
Students said going into the bus was a lot of fun, because it's a lot different than their library at school.
"I think it's pretty awesome because you can go and get all different kinds of books and read them," said Aiden Thompson, student at Shiloh Christian School.
The Bookmobile travels all around town, stopping in neighborhoods for people to stop in and check out what it has to offer.
"Where ever we stop anyone is welcome, to come on the bus. We're open to public, everywhere we go. So if you see us, don't be shy, come on in," said Maria Witcham, library assistant.
Witcham says if you don't have a library card, she can set you up with one on the mobile library.
The next stop the bookmobile has planned is at the Sterling Post office April 26.
To get the Bookmobile's full schedule you can go to the website at www.bismarcklibrary.org.