It also includes some helpful user features, like the ability to email their Personal Shopper service for help selecting books for those hard-to-shop-for loved ones - just send a little information about their likes and hobbies, as well as how much you'd like to spend, and a Books-a-Million staffer will get back to you with a few suggestions.There is also an option to include free video messages with books sent as gifts.Date & Time: Saturday, July 22nd from 2 pm to 4 pm This event is for all of the Rilakkuma, Samikko Gurashi, and Pusheen fans out there.Spend the day coloring and enjoying other cute activities for all ages.
The district court granted summary judgment in favor of Books–A–Million as to all of Evans' claims except her claim under COBRA. We VACATE the district court's award of summary judgment with respect to Evans' FMLA claim and its rejection of additional expenses as attorneys' fees. § 825.220(b) (“Interfering with the exercise of an employee's rights would include, for example, not only refusing to authorize FMLA leave, but discouraging an employee from using such leave.”).4. To the extent Evans' Title VII claim rests upon the withholding of an annual bonus, she failed to rebut Books–A–Million's explanation that she had to be employed by Books–A–Million on March 29, 2007, when the Audit Committee approved the company's 2006 financial statements.8.
Again rivaling Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million's membership program offers excellent benefits.
Called the Millionaire's Club, the program entitles members to free shipping on certain items, 40% off Books-a-Million's current hardcover bestsellers, 20% off designated hardcover titles, 10% off other select titles and advance notice of in-store sales.
We did, however, find Books-a-Million's pricing to be inconsistent: some of its titles were the highest we saw, and others were the lowest.
Books-a-Million's site is easy-to-read and lists helpful plot synopses, editorial reviews and details about each title it carries.