Differences Between A Library And A Bookshop/Bookstore

UPDATE: 15 Differences Between A Library And A Bookshop

1. Books and materials in the bookshop are arranged for commercial purposes while, books in the library are acquired and processed, stamped, accessioned, cataloged, classified, and made readily available to patrons to freely use.

2. The library environment is organized for convenient studying and search, while in a bookshop, provision is not made for such.

3. Library are usually more spacious than bookshops.

4. The furnishing of the library provides for sitting while the bookshop cannot afford the luxury.

5. The Library is usually staffed with competent professionals in the field, the bookshop employs sales personnel.

6. Books in the library can be borrowed by the users for a specific period of time, while books in the bookshop cannot be borrowed.
Differences Between A Library And A Bookshop/Bookstore
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