After success with their original store, Tatnuck bookseller opened a second store in an old grocery store. Same selection, quality staff, and good pricing. But the store itself just doesn't click. Comparable in size to a Borders or Barnes and Noble, it doesn't have nearly the same amount of items for sale. So many of the shelves end up looking barren. They opted for lots of islands/tables instead of shelving in the second half of the store. It fills up the space this was, but there still seems to be to much open space. Also, there doesn't seem to be much organization to the shelving structure. There is a defined kids section, and a defined fiction section, but not much else beyond that. Most of the non fiction items seem to be grouped more by price than by topic, which makes it hard to find items. But their prices are hard to beat. For example, when the last Harry Potter came out, most store were offering it at 40 percent off, but they offered it at 50 percent off. Thats was a great deal to celebrate their 50th anniversary.