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DOUG BENZ/NEWS From left, Jill O'Malley, Taylor Fuhrman, 13, Sa'anah Thompson, 12, Steven Herter, 12, Brendan Young, 13, Damarion Walker-Johnson, 12 and Daniel Charland, the assistant principal, look over new books at Benjamin Franklin Middle School on Tuesday. World Book Night, which began in the UK and spread the the States this year, seeks to put one of 30 books in the hands of people who might not buy a book to read otherwise.

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