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NBC's Maya Eaglin speaks with Michelle Gay, a mother who lost her youngest daughter in the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in 2012. Gay discusses how she turned to books to help her other two daughters process the tragedy, and said "books are a great way to tackle difficult topics."