Kenya is the third stop on her Africa tour, which began on Tuesday in Ghana and continued in Malawi on Thursday.
A batch of 1.4 million books donated Thursday brought to almost 10 million the total Malawi has received in recent years under USAID's national reading program, officials said.
First lady Melania Trump was nearly knocked down by a baby elephant on Friday while on safari in Nairobi National Park in Kenya.
Llamas, who is weekend anchor of "World News Tonight" and chief national affairs correspondent, is among the reporters following the first lady on her first solo overseas trip. She signed a guest book at the site.
Later during a visit at the US embassy in Malawi, the first lady called her visit to the school an "amazing experience". The trip is part of her "Be Best" initiative, which focuses on improving the lives of children.
The New York Times noted Mrs Trump spent much of her time expressing her appreciation to her hosts, repeatedly thanking them for welcoming her.
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Mrs. Kenyatta, I look forward to visiting your country and know that together, we will be able to do great things on behalf of children. Over 8,000 students attend the school.
Dressed in a white shirt and beige trousers, the USA first lady was all smiles for the camera while at the Wildlife Trust, famed for its work rescuing the orphans from the wild. He credited the partnership between the US and Malawi with "significantly" improving students' English and Chichewa reading skills.
Along the route from the school to the ambassador's residence, a few white people held up signs.
One said #MELANIATOO, with the "ME" in bold black.
Pope said health care cuts to Malawi will have severe negative impact on women and children. They then watched dancers perform three traditional dances, with Malawi's first lady appearing to explain some of the words and movements to Trump.
She also travels to Kenya and Egypt before returning to Washington, where the president has been consumed by a political storm over his Supreme Court nominee, among other domestic challenges.