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Human library: Girl builder

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Sanna Denicola holds up a picture of the log home she built at age seventeen.

When Sanna Denicola was seventeen, she decided she wouldn't be able to buy a house, so she built a log cabin instead- a home she still lives in over a decade later. Betsy Trumpener "checks her out" of Prince George's human library.

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Sanna Denicola still lives in her log cabin.

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Prince George's "Human Library" project takes place at the Prince George Public Library Saturday, November 23. Click here for the full schedule.

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