The US Library of Congress is seen from the newly-restored Capitol Dome at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, November 15, 2016. The dome underwent a three-year, $60 million project that covered 150-year-old dome in scaffolding while workers repaired 1,300 cracks and fixed or replaced scores of cast-iron ornaments and windows. / AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB

A four-year-old girl, who has read more than 1,000 books, has become the “librarian for a day” in the United States at the world’s largest library.
Daliyah Arana, who is from Gainesville, Georgia, joined Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden — who made history in 2016 when she became the first female and the first African-American to hold the position.
Arana became the first-ever librarian for the day at the U.S. Library of Congress on January 11, the ABC reported.
Ms. Hayden and Arana sat in on meetings, met with library staff and roamed the many halls of the library.
Arana also suggested that the library add whiteboards to the walls so that children could practice their writing, which library officials said they were considering.
She has read over 1,000 books
Ms. Hayden tweeted photos of herself and Arana, saying “It was fun to have 4-year-old Daliyah Marie Arana of Gainesville, GA …