This picture taken on March 30, 2016 shows Indonesian children sorting through books from a book shelf on Germanis as Ridwan Sururi (behind-in hat) compiles a list for his “moving library” in Serang, a quiet hamlet fringed by rice fields and a volcano on Indonesia’s main island of Java.
Sururi, a 43-year-old professional horse groomer, devised a unique way to encourage reading in his district. For many there, this unique mobile library is their only link to books since there is no traditional library nearby — a problem for villages across the sprawling Indonesian archipelago. / AFP / ADEK BERRY / TO GO WITH Indonesia-education-culture,FEATURE by Nick Perry (Photo credit should read ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images)

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