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The Floors of a Book Store


Green Apple has grown a lot in the 45 years since we first opened our doors. The store has expanded up, out, back, sideways, and even a few doors down. We’ve never had trouble keeping the shelves full as we grew, but our poor floors have had a hard time keeping up. At last count, we agree that there are at least seven types of flooring across both of our storefronts. This number is subject to prolonged and hair-splitting debate, which we’ll not subject you to now. But if you ever get a drink with any of our more exegetically inclined booksellers, you’ll likely hear about it.

Read more about LARB’s Naked Bookseller program here.

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