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Good selection, customer service could use improvement. My expectations aren't that high for chains like barnes & noble (they're probably making too much $ to really care about stand-out service) but associates at this branch make rude comments for no reason. Apparently having customers just get in the way of selling books there.

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★★★☆☆

Good selection, customer service could use improvement. My expectations aren't that high for chains like barnes & noble (they're probably making too much $ to really care about stand-out service) but associates at this branch make rude comments for no reason. Apparently having customers just get in the way of selling books there.

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Sometimes I forget that each store in a chain has its distinguishing characteristics, brand identity or not. This Barnes & Noble for instance has a pretty good selection of children's literature downstairs in the basement. Multiple copies of longtime favorites like "Heidi," "Pinnochio," and "A Secret Garden" are available as well as the ubiquitous Harry Potter series. You may think, well, or course, but I went to a few other bookstores specifically trying to track down these older titles without any luck. As for the adult books, the science fiction section has a shamefully low amount of Philip K. Dick and Octavia Butler and the straight fiction section could benefit from some more Gertrude Stein. But that last comment applies to most bookstores.

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★★★☆☆

Sometimes I forget that each store in a chain has its distinguishing characteristics, brand identity or not. This Barnes & Noble for instance has a pretty good selection of children's literature downstairs in the basement. Multiple copies of longtime favorites like "Heidi," "Pinnochio," and "A Secret Garden" are available as well as the ubiquitous Harry Potter series. You may think, well, or course, but I went to a few other bookstores specifically trying to track down these older titles without any luck. As for the adult books, the science fiction section has a shamefully low amount of Philip K. Dick and Octavia Butler and the straight fiction section could benefit from some more Gertrude Stein. But that last comment applies to most bookstores.

 

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