Daliyah Arana, who already read more than 1000 books, becomes a librarian for a day at Library of Congress
Daliyah Arana may become the nation’s most powerful person someday.
At four years old, the Gainesville, Georgia native has already read more than 1,000 books and, even more recently became the Library of Congress’ first-ever Librarian for the Day.
Daliyah Arana had already been an honorary librarian at her local library and read her first book at the age of 2.
Daliyah’s impressive passion caught the attention of Carla Hayden, who leads the 14th Librarian of Congress, and Hayden invited the pre-schooler on Wednesday to come tour the library as a “librarian for the day.”
“She just kept saying how the Library of Congress is her most favorite, favorite, favorite library in the whole wide world,” Haleema Arana said.
Daliyah Arana is a black gem, but every gem needs attention and work, like he mother that helped her to achieve this on such young age. Parenting is important, never forget this!