Shopping >Barnes & Noble
Am I Qualified if I'm a Former Employee?.
No really, even though I've worked for the company (and since I was fired you all should believe me) I prefer B&N to all other bookstores I've tried in the area. If new texts are your thing, then B&N is the place to look. And you can usually locate whatever you need online before going in, usually. And even though the membership costs, it's worth it if you enjoy reading. $25 a year is minor, if you shop there more than twice a year. Anyway, go see 'em. And get some coffee, which is where I used to work, and don't tell them I sent you....jk. You can tell them, but they probably won't even acknowledge you for it.
Just go! And read while you're there if you're not sure about buying something...they don't mind. Take care. Promise, you won't find me there (starving students buy books elsewhere).
- Matt in Fresno, Ca
An easy-access resource for books of any stripe, with impressive children's, business and bestseller sections..
Established in 1873 and still thriving, this mainstream bookseller boasts almost 600 locations and does brisk online business as well. Ubiquitous and well organized, Barnes & Noble arranges its huge book selection in 22 user-friendly categories, from Art and Architecture to Romance and Travel. Stores host seasonal book signings and family-friendly "Storytimes." Many locations also offer music, movies and cafes that serve Starbucks coffee.
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