Would not take my kids to this location. A few of the workers are rude the one with a bow in her hair like grow up treat your Co workers better I could feel tension when I walked into the store will not buy from build a bear again
The animals are pre-made in child factories in third-world countries like Vietnam, China, and others. If you've ever really felt the "skins" they are coated in something greasy that is believed to be a flame retardant. Do you like flame retardants? Then you'll love disrupting your child's endocrine system! Retardants are also linked to cancer, among other illnesses. How can a company sell these harmful products without a second thought? Avoid the lines and buy your child something without harmful body pollutants and save them from future fits of spoiled entitlement. Not a grumpy "bear," just an ex-mgr who has seen too much...
Great book store. Drive from Okmulgee to trade and buy books. Great place for true book lovers.
Store manager is not helpful at all. I still can't believe that they won't match Barnes and Noble website for the same item price in their stores. Then she said that the reason is because when you com into the store you pay for customer services? Ridiculous. I'll just shop elsewhere from now on.
You probably don't want to bother lugging in a box of books or dvds for sell unless it is very new or popular. You might get 10c to a 25c for cds or dvds. Books 25c to $2 tops. Trade is a little better, but you still pay $1 per item and tax when you purchase on trade. They say they have too many of even nice stuff..... I don't buy it. They just buy your stuff cheap and mark it up high.
This is an excellent book store. It has a large selection of academic religious books that are unavailable at larger used books stores in the Tulsa area. I have been a patron of this store for years, and relied on it heavily to obtain source material for my graduate papers that would otherwise have only been available online or at certain local colleges.
A Tulsa landmark! My first memories of this bookstore are from 1984, and even back then Peace of Mind had already become something of a Cherry Street landmark. This store's "rare books" collection was absolutely amazing in those days, drawing scholars and serious collectors to Tulsa from around the world, and I can't tell you how many study groups or meetings I've attended in the back rooms of this building over the years. I know that competition from online booksellers has cut deeply into the store's profit margins in recent years, and that rent from the restaurant / bar downstairs is what actually pays the mortgage, but Peace of Mind's owners have kept this bookstore's doors open mainly as a labor of love. They know that they're serving a need in Tulsa and they take this obligation to their customers very seriously. There isn't a better or more complete collection of New Age books anywhere in Tulsa-- heck, probably not even anywhere in the central United States-- and this is a great place to browse and enjoy. The spiritual worship services on Sundays and meditation classes on Mondays are also exceptional. Come fall in love with Peace of Mind's quirky inventory of new and out-of-print books, and support this business by shopping locally! You'll earn good karma bucks if you do!