One of Hillary Clinton's local bookstores in upstate New York released a music video Thursday to Clinton's campaign theme song to celebrate the launch of her campaign memoir.

"So many people were so excited about the books, so moved and motivated by the books that they wanted to bring that to life in kind of an eclectic way," Scattered Books owner Laura Scott Schaefer told People, referring to the failed 2016 Democratic presidential candidate's memoir, What Happened. "Everyone knew the books, everyone felt really strongly about the issues, and it just immediately took shape. The video just made itself, in a way."

Scott Schaefer, who manages the independent bookstore in Chappaqua, N.Y., told People the 50-second video to Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" took three days to produce with a cast of teenagers and children from the Artistry Dance Project.

Clinton shared a link to the video on Twitter Thursday, saying "it put a smile on [her] face."

"This video from my local bookstore @scatteredbooks in Chappaqua put a smile on my face! Love the soundtrack, too," she tweeted.

Clinton sold about 300,000 copies of What Happened during its first week in online and brick-and-mortar bookstores.