Bookstores may be either part of a chain, or local independent bookstores. They can range in size offering from several hundred to several hundred thousands of titles. They may be brick-and-mortar stores or internet only stores or a combination of both. Sizes for the larger bookstores exceed half a million titles. Bookstores often sell other printed matter besides books, such as newspapers, magazines and maps; additional product lines may vary enormously, particularly among independent bookstores. Colleges and universities often have their own student bookstore on campus that focuses on providing course textbooks and scholarly books. Almost everything now can be bought in the internet; clothes, shoes, grocery items and even books. Most of us still prefer to buy apparels in clothes store so we can see if they will actually fit on us unlike buying books online wherein we can get an exact copy of what you are yearning to read. This resulted to closure of a lot of bookstores. But still, visiting bookstores has advantages compared to sitting down in front of our computers. For book enthusiasts who do not know yet what they want, bookstore staffs can give advice and recommendations based on the customer’s preferences. They can also be a place for meet ups. Bookshops have couches, nice lounge chairs and some are associated to coffee shops. There are also bookstores around the world that their grandeur and beauty make for a lovely reading experience
II. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The absence of a bookstore in the subjected area.
The risk of the residents in going to nearby towns and shopping malls in purchasing the book or material that they need. As campuses’ population increases every year, the more students/ purchasers are demanding for a nearby bookstore that they can visit anytime.
III. IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY
This bookstore will not just benefit the students or teachers for educational assistance because a lot of residents would...
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