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“Can We All Read The Book Together?” Librarian Shares How 1 Spanish Book Created A Sweet Connection.

This librarian saw the cutest thing happen at work.

Public libraries bring so much to their communities, as evidenced by a librarian who witnessed the sweetest interaction. Known on Instagram as Mychal, the young man recently shared a video about something that happened at his workplace. He says that he overheard a child asking their dad to read them a book in Spanish. The parent didn’t know any Spanish, but another child came up and offered to read it out loud.

Adorable, right? Well, the story didn’t end there! Another adult approached the dad and apologetically explained that the second child didn’t actually know any Spanish, either. As the two grown-ups shared a laugh, an older child saw the two small kids struggling with the book. Thankfully, the third child actually understood the language and wanted to help.

“Can we all read the book together?” they asked before stepping in.

After sharing this cute story, the librarian ended by saying that “library kids are going to save the world.”

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