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Thought Provoking Display

I was curious if anyone kenw if there was any other way (besides the obvious option of writing down all of the book titles on the display) of gettinga list of the books on a certain table display in a Barnes and Noble? I am particularly interested in the "Thought Provoking" display. One of the books on display was "Super Crunchers" and another called/about "Forensics". Anyone have any idea how I could get such a list? Thank you n advance.
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stynyr wrote:
I was curious if anyone kenw if there was any other way (besides the obvious option of writing down all of the book titles on the display) of gettinga list of the books on a certain table display in a Barnes and Noble? I am particularly interested in the "Thought Provoking" display. One of the books on display was "Super Crunchers" and another called/about "Forensics". Anyone have any idea how I could get such a list? Thank you n advance.

 

Hi stynyr------I can't say for sure, but maybe if you go to the public service desk in the Barnes & Noble store ,  they could give you a computer-generated list. Whoever set up the display must have had a list of what to put on the table.

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Re: Thought Provoking Display

Ask a bookseller to print out the list for you - a few titles might not be in the store, but you can always order them.


stynyr wrote:
I was curious if anyone kenw if there was any other way (besides the obvious option of writing down all of the book titles on the display) of gettinga list of the books on a certain table display in a Barnes and Noble? I am particularly interested in the "Thought Provoking" display. One of the books on display was "Super Crunchers" and another called/about "Forensics". Anyone have any idea how I could get such a list? Thank you n advance.

 

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Thanks for that link. The books in that list look quite fascinating =)

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