What A Book Store Doesn’t Want You To Know!
If you’re new to a book store then you’ve probably never walked into an actual book store and asked the clerk, “What aisle is Cheez Whiz in?” I know that it can be quite a tricky question to answer. It doesn’t matter if you’re new to the concept of asking that question or not. I’m going to give you some tips on how to figure it out so that you don’t have to ask that question again.
Usually, most book stores will have a specific aisle. This might be the Fiction aisle or the Children’s book aisle. Usually, the only way to get to these two sections is to go up one flight of stairs. Of course, sometimes the store does have more than one flight of stairs. In these cases you will need to go to all the different stores in the area to ask what aisle is Cheez Whiz in.
Now, there are some exceptions to this rule. A few stores sell textbooks in different formats like Hardcover, Paperback, or even PDF. So, if you want to see what the bookstore has in the Cheez Whiz section then you can simply open the back cover and take a look.
If the bookstore is a chain owned, then you may find that they don’t tell you which aisle your book is in. So, instead of asking, “What aisle is Cheez Whiz in?” you might want to try another tactic. First, ask for a literature reference. If the reference isn’t available, then ask if you can purchase a book from their partner companies or you can ask them if they have any books that are similar to your query.
If they don’t have any books that are similar to your query, then you can ask if they have any other titles in the bookstore. You can even ask if they carry the book that you want, but it will usually cost you extra. Some book stores offer books by the same author, but with different covers or even different jackets. So, if you can find one in the store, ask if they have more of the book, but be sure to ask if it’s in the bookstore or if they’ll order it from the main store.
One more thing to keep in mind: while many bookstores will tell you whose book is it? only a few actually tell you what aisle the book is in. This means if your book is in the wrong aisle, you’re going to spend more time searching for it than actually reading it!