bookstore shops

Just wondering about such shops. How easy they are? What I can get for $5 (cafeteria plus store purchase)?

Shopping Eastern Pennsylvania and parts of NJ, since 2009

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I love book stores. The one I shopped only had a coffee shop..not a cafeteria. It was Barnes and Nobles. I noticed it gets scooped up right around 13 dollars. It takes a little over an hour. I probably would not do it again for anything less than 18 if your in an area that allows for that. I also took my phone with me and had written down in my phone all the questions in the report. And answered them in text to myself after each transaction in a desolate area of the store out of employee and customer view

Shopping Idaho and Oregon/Idaho border region.
Very easy shops to do. I typically pick them up as fillers, if I have to waste some time between assignments (like banks that are close together but I need to wait 30 minutes or so), or if I have a long day and know that I need to force myself to take a break (might as well get paid for it!). If it's the same bookstore that I'm thinking of they typically sell "classics" at about that price point. As I have a teenager who has needed these exact same books for school, it has saved me $$ which rarely happens. I have had her give me a list of her reading list and I take several to fill it (as a matter of fact, Pygmalion and Romeo and Juliet are on the shopping list for this week). With the multitude of numerous expenses that have hit for her school this year, any opportunity that I have to defray them is much appreciated!
Thank you for sharing such link.

Shopping Eastern Pennsylvania and parts of NJ, since 2009
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