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Haul videos for teen bookworms

In Mexico, a country where only 3% of the population reads over six books per year, teenage book lovers are finding a community of fellow bookworms on YouTube. Rather than showing off their latest clothes and makeup, BookTubers reviews books and garner thousands of followers.

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