Story Hour with Mr. Ed: Barnes & Noble, Burlington
A weekly story hour for tots under five is offered Tuesday mornings at 10:30am, and a family story hour called 'Pajamarama' on select Friday evening at 7:00pm, where children come wearing pajamas and bring along their blankets or favorite stuffed animals. After the stories are read, snacks are served and the kids are ready for bed by the time you get home.
Events are subject to last-minute change. Please call the host store to confirm.
| Reviews||Top|Mr. Ed is Cool
I disagree that Mr. Ed is a cranky old man who should be fired. We took our son to Story Time for a couple of years and now take our daughter (with another baby waiting in line to go when he gets older). Mr. Ed generally expects the kids to sit and listen to the stories, and they do. After the coloring exercise at the end of the stories, he generally expects the kids to put their own crayons back in the box, and they do. Parents who expect every adult to kowtow to their children will be put out by this, but I think it is fine. Moreover, every time I take the kids to Story Time (as I did last night), I end up spending about $50 in kids books. I'd expect B & N would consider that before ousting Ed.
Ed is rude and should be fired
They need to fire that cranky old man Ed who does 'story hour' in the children's section! He is one of the rudest, most insulting, obnoxious employees I have ever encountered. It is unbelievable that the manager would let such a grumpy, rude, unpleasant man work in the children's section. He should be fired immediately.
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