Seven kinds of people you find in bookshops / Shaun Bythell.
- 3 of 3 copies available at Bibliomation.
- 1 of 1 copy available at David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village. (Show)
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village||B BYTHELL (Text to phone)||33180141825340||Adult New Biography||Available||-|
|Burnham Library - Bridgewater||381.4 BYTHELL (Text to phone)||36937002163419||Adult New Material||Available||-|
|Douglas Library of Hebron||381.450 BYT (Text to phone)||33400148840229||Adult New Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781567926927
- ISBN: 1567926924
- Physical Description: 120 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts : David R. Godine, Publisher, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Genus: peritus (expert) -- Genus: familia juvenisis (young family) -- Genus: homo qui maleficus amat (occultist) -- Genus: homo qui desidet (loiterer) -- Genus: senex cum barba (bearded pensioner) -- Genus: viator non tacitus (the not-so-silent traveller) -- Genus: parentum historiae studiosus (family historian) -- Bonus -- Genus: operarii (staff).
"A wickedly witty field guide to bookstore customers from the Person Who Doesn't Know What They Want (But Thinks It Might Have a Blue Cover) to the harried Parents Secretly After Free Childcare. It does take all kinds. If you visit bookshops more often than the grocery store, you'll recognize the types. There's the Expert (with subspecies from the Bore to the Helpful Person), the Young Family (ranging from the Exhausted to the Aspirational), Occultists (from Conspiracy Theorist to Craft Woman). Then there's the Loiterer (including the Erotica Browser and the Self-Published Author), the Bearded Pensioner (including the Lycra Clad), the The Not-So-Silent Traveller (the Whistler, Sniffer, Hummer, Farter, and Tutter), and the Family Historian (generally Americans who come to Shaun's shop in Wigtown, Scotland). Two bonus sections include Staff and, finally, Perfect Customer - all from Shaun Bythell (author of Confessions of a Bookseller), the funniest sell-and-tell observer in the house of books. This is the perfect read for anyone who ever felt a bookstore was home. You've been spotted! Or have you?"-- Provided by publisher.
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