When I was younger, my mum would take me to the Barnes and Noble for a storytelling session. I enjoyed listening to all the stories from the books, and since I could not read that well, I would intently listen to the guy narrating and imagine myself in the story. I would take my kids to the Barnes and Noble when I grew up and became a cooling specialist. They enjoyed it there, too. When the administration called the air conditioning supplier complaining that the cooling device was not functioning, I busy immediate air conditioning repairs because I knew how much the kids enjoyed going to the Barnes and Noble. Apart from the children, some scholars would study the books in the other part of the Barnes and Noble. It was a communal environment. The librarian confirmed that the air conditioning replacement was done about 10 years ago, which meant that the cooling device was pretty new. All of us started with the repairs and replaced more than 2 worn-out parts. All of us also changed the air conditioning filters while the air conditioning system rep advised the administration about the unit’s familiar service. The Barnes and Noble was empty while the people I was with and I tested the cooling product. The librarian told us that a government organization had donated the air conditioning system to the Barnes and Noble to promote indoor comfort and the culture of reading. With the current age, several people have stopped reading, at least physical books. The government ministry was looking for a way for people to prefer and love reading again. The Barnes and Noble also had material for novice air conditioning system reps who wanted to learn more about air conditioning and cooling technology and become air conditioning experts. By the time the people I was with and I left the Barnes and Noble, the device was working well, and the indoor comfort had significantly increased.