I was given a rare opportunity over the weekend. Hubby was feeling under the weather, but needed to attend a meeting out of town. I volunteered to drive him to and from the meeting and my parents volunteered to care for the older 3 children. So, while hubby was at the meeting, I was able to put the baby in a stroller and leisurely browse the Barnes & Noble near by.
My visits to Barnes & Noble are very few and far between, but one of my favorite things to do there is browse the bargin shelves.
Thomas Paine's Common Sense (for me and for homeschooling)
Sun Tzu's Art of War (for hubby)
A book on Reflexology
A Boynton book for the baby
"Duck Dynasty" Season One on DVD (for hubby and I....c'mon, it was on sale!)
3 books on 1940's fashion they did not have.
Several other books on my list were a little overpriced for my taste.
However, I did see this coffee table book:
It was way too pricey for my pocket book that day, but it is definitely on my wish list! I am a fan of Dale Chihuly and his work.
*While a locally owned bookstore is definitely preferable, the only "locally owned" ones where I was had "adult" in front of the title, so my default was Barnes & Noble.