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Maryland teen’s personal tragedy inspires book donation drive

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When 17-year-old Emily Bhatnagar’s dad was diagnosed with cancer in 2019, she used her love of reading as a way to cope. Since then, she started a book donation drive that has delivered nearly 9,000 books to young people in Washington, D.C. area health facilities.