Barnes & Noble

★★★★★
  • 3040 Evans St Ste 105

    Greenville, NC 27834

    Cross street: University Commons

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  • 252-321-8119

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I have a lot of wonderful things to say about Barnes & Noble Booksellers. This is a wonderful bookstore with a laid back library feel to it. They have books for adults and a book section in the back made especially for children. They also have Thomas the Train set for children to play with in the childrens book section. Barnes & Noble have an extensive magazine collection. What is also so special about this bookstore is that they have an area where they sell coffees. You can sit down and read with a coffee if you like. It is plenty of space and tables with chairs for anyone to sit down and relax. They dont even seem to mind you reading before you purchase. Barnes & Noble have children story hour 2 days out of the week I believe. I know one is during the day and one is Friday at 7 p.m. You can call them for more details. My daughter and I just recently went to a few of the story hours. In one we met Arthur and they read an Arthur book. The other they played pin the nose on Elmo and they read a Sesame Street book. They dont mind you taking pictures either which I did as well as some other parents. I also bought a PDR that I needed for one of my classes when I was in college a year or two ago. My husband went to get a gaming magazine that he likes that did not hit our area yet. They were able to order it for him for the same price that he would have paid in the store and it was delivered to our home. Soon after that they received it in their store and it equaled out to be the same price. This is a wonderful top notch bookstore!

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I have a lot of wonderful things to say about Barnes & Noble Booksellers. This is a wonderful bookstore with a laid back library feel to it. They have books for adults and a book section in the back made especially for children. They also have Thomas the Train set for children to play with in the childrens book section. Barnes & Noble have an extensive magazine collection. What is also so special about this bookstore is that they have an area where they sell coffees. You can sit down and read with a coffee if you like. It is plenty of space and tables with chairs for anyone to sit down and relax. They dont even seem to mind you reading before you purchase. Barnes & Noble have children story hour 2 days out of the week I believe. I know one is during the day and one is Friday at 7 p.m. You can call them for more details. My daughter and I just recently went to a few of the story hours. In one we met Arthur and they read an Arthur book. The other they played pin the nose on Elmo and they read a Sesame Street book. They dont mind you taking pictures either which I did as well as some other parents. I also bought a PDR that I needed for one of my classes when I was in college a year or two ago. My husband went to get a gaming magazine that he likes that did not hit our area yet. They were able to order it for him for the same price that he would have paid in the store and it was delivered to our home. Soon after that they received it in their store and it equaled out to be the same price. This is a wonderful top notch bookstore!

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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…

 

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