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VIDEO: Overdue library book returned after 49 years

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ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico-  A library book, missing for nearly 50 years is back at a library in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The book was checked out in 1966.

There's nothing special about the book at first glance. The "Berlitz Self Teacher Italian" looks like your regular self help book. It's only when you look inside that you realize how unique it really is.

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