Transcript for Sisters share their joy of reading, live on social media
Finally tonight here, America strong. Two sisters on a mission to help busy parents all over this country. They let us read to your children. And they have stories to tell. Meet 8-year-old Hailey Willard of Dover, Delaware. Hi, everyone. I'm Hailey. Reporter: And Hailey is about to read a bedtime story. Today I'll be reading "Lola gets a cat." Reporter: Lola gets a cat and viewers get a story. And she's not alone. I'm zaria. Reporter: That's her older sister, zaria, 13. Every night, they read stories live on their Facebook page, on Instagram, too. Today, I will be reading, "Who loves me?" Reporter: What they love are books. And it was last February they had an idea. To read bedtime stories to children their age who might not have anyone else to read to them. Today I will be reading "How jelly roll Morton invented jazz." Reporter: They say they know parents work late, have many other things to do. And today, we watched as they went back to their public library to select their next few and lets just say they were a little excited to fill us in. Hi, David! I'm zaria. And I'm Hailey. Reporter: And they told us what they'll be reading later tonight. Tonight, we'll be reading "I got the rhythm." Boom, boom, boom. Live on our Facebook and Instagram page at 8:30 P.M. Eastern. See you guys there! Bye! Reporter: Hailey and zaria, America strong. And by the way, their Facebook page is called zariaxhailey. Thank you for sending me that message. I'm David Muir. I hope to see you right back here tomorrow. Good night.
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