More Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops
Publish date: April 18th 2013
Pages no: 121
Edition language: English
Series: Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops (#2)
If you've ever sold books, worked in a customer service-type position relating to books at like the library, etc. then this book will probably be quite familiar to you. A sequel tells us more of strange and odd things people say to booksellers ranging from not knowing what book titles are ('Pride an...
bookshelves: newtome-author, nonfic-nov-2015, nonfiction, tbr-busting-2015, e-book, ipad, autumn-2015, amusing, books-about-books-and-book-shops, published-2013 Read on November 15, 2015 Apparently I'm a dyed-in-the-wool librocubilarist - who knew!Very short anecdotal read on human fallibility ...
More Weird Things is much like the first book, but shorter. There were also a lot more warm, fuzzy conversations, especially with children in the various stores.It feels like all of the best material went into the first book, though - the section dedicated to the author's store was much smaller, for...
Working in a bookstore this book never fails to make me chuckle, a good hearty chuckle. Some people are just so....
Los chistes se sienten un poco forzados, por lo que no es tan divertido como [b:Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops|12640991|Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops |Jen Campbell|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1316310022s/12640991.jpg|17752173], pero vale la pena para pasar el rato.
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