Tulsa, Okla. - Tulsa's City-County Library is going beyond the four walls of the library and bringing books to where people are, with what they call a "pop-up" library.
It's at the downtown bus station on Denver Avenue.
Many of the offerings are aimed at kids.
John Fancher with the library said there can sometimes be long waits between buses, so people can grab a book and read it while they wait.
He said they aren't really intended to be checked out or taken away from the location.
The Library has tried many different ways of improving people's access to books over the years, like the Bookmobile that drives around from place to place to let people get books.