A mobile library is a library that is housed in a vehicle, such as a van or bus, and that travels to different locations to provide library services to people who may not have access to a traditional library. Mobile libraries are often used to serve rural or remote communities, or to reach people who are unable to visit a library due to disabilities or other factors. Mobile libraries may have a collection of books, magazines, and other materials that can be borrowed, as well as electronic resources such as e-books and online databases. Some mobile libraries may also offer a variety of services, such as storytime for children, book clubs, and workshops. Mobile libraries are an important resource for communities that may not have access to a traditional library, and can help promote literacy and learning in these areas.