HONOLULU (AP) An Amazon.com bookstore in Hawaii is expected to reopen Tuesday after a fire that destroyed about 10 percent of its inventory.
The fire broke out Friday afternoon, and a fire department spokesman said there were no injuries and no damage.
The bookstore in Kailua-Kona, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) east of Honolulu, was opened Monday, said spokeswoman Megan Poulson.
The blaze destroyed about 4,000 books, according to the fire department.
It was not immediately clear how many books had been damaged.
A spokeswoman for the state Department of Agriculture said that while the department had not received any reports of loss of books, the books had “not been damaged.”
She said books could be returned if damaged.
The Hawaiian bookstore, which opened in 2011, is one of the country’s largest and is one out of 10 on Amazon.
It has a bookstore at the University of Hawaii, which was not damaged in the fire.
Poulsen said there are plans to reopen Monday.
The company had asked customers to call if they had lost books.