bookselling

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bookselling

(ˈbʊkˌsɛlɪŋ)
n
the activity of selling books
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Coming into the book store is like a world tour," says Leta Beyak, merchandise division manager.
But when it comes to "adult book store," no specifics are given.
A TEESSIDE book store is aiming to break the record attendance for a special Japanese comic art event.
The on-line chart is topped by Net bookshop Amazon, with 37 per cent hitting the site, followed by another book store BOL and Tesco's shopping website.
Independent comic book store teams up with artists to immortalize comic books
Summary: Struggling retailer HMV could put its book store chain Waterstone's up for sale as part of turnaround plans.
An Internet bookstore selling electronic books, called the Sony Connect book store, is to be launched by Sony.
But for Dutton, 68, staring at computer screens will never compare with a day at the book store.
The villains are "not enough customers and no capital to purchase new books or restock inventory," says Joi Afzal, who dosed The Hue-Man Experience Book Store, in Denver, in December 2003.
PROTECT THEM: Christie suggests preserving your comic books by packaging them against cardboard in mylar bags, which you can buy from your local comic book store.
Some 60 years later, in 1841, a mathematician was browsing through a used book store and stumbled upon an old report by the Royal Astronomer that described some strange orbital movements of the new planet.
The brief experience with this midtown flagship store has demonstrated that CitiGroup Center -- with its excellent transportation access and high volume of office workers, shoppers and visitors -- is a superb location for a thriving book store like Barnes & Noble," Mr.