Michelle Obama

Author: Elizabeth Lightfoot

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493041339

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 264

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There is no one quite like her. Michelle Obama. This is the first book to tell the astonishing story of a woman whose intellect, verbal flair, and poise are certain to make her one of the most influential First Ladies in history. A woman whose remark, “For the first time in my adult life I am really proud of my country,” did her husband's campaign no good. A woman whose impassioned speech to the Democratic National Convention may have helped win him the Oval Office. A woman touted as a future presidential candidate herself. Readers are given a revealing and intimate look at Michelle Obama's remarkable life—from her Chicago childhood to her education at Princeton and Harvard, from how she first met Barack Obama at the prestigious law firm where they were the only African-Americans, to her role as his closest adviser, and to her own political beliefs. For Michelle, family comes first, and—like so many women who struggle between family and career—she seriously weighed her husband's presidential ambitions before giving her stamp of approval. Apparently she struck a hard bargain: he had to give up smoking.

Michelle Obama

Author: Sarah Parvis

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 0740785583

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 80

View: 9467

This fantastic illustrated biography tells the story of Michelle Obama, the first African-American First Lady. Michelle came from humble beginnings, growing up in a tough neighbourhood of Chicago with a father who suffered from multiple sclerosis. Michelle was taught, from a young age, the value of hard work and to question things she disagreed with. This stood her in good stead when Barack decided to run for President, she knew that if he were to be successful it would depend on her as much as Barack. The woman who enthralled a nation and supported Barack all the way to the Oval office, she was instrumental in his success in the presidential elections and is held up as a role model throughout the world.

Michelle Obama

Author: Michael V. Uschan

Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC

ISBN: 1420502093

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 112

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Michelle Robinson Obama was born on Chicago's South Side, one of two children of Fraser and Marian Robinson. From Chicago public schools she went on to Princeton, eventually earning a law degree from Harvard. After a stint at the law firm where she met Barack Obama, Michelle's interests turned toward community service. Already juggling marriage, children, and career, she was drawn onto the national stage by Barack's political career. This profile offers insights into the life of Michelle Obama and her role as America's First Lady.

Michelle Obama

Author: Liza Mundy

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1471104532

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 240

View: 9621

It will be a deeply reported book tracing Michelle's life from her beginnings to now. She was every parent's dream, skipping second grade because of her smarts, going on to Princeton and then Harvard Law School. The book will describe the South side of Chicago where the Robinson family grew up, Michelle's parents (her father had MS and worked for the city of Chicago, her mother stayed home), the hard-working culture of the Robinson family, Michelle's experience on the racially-tense campus of Princeton in the early 80s, her success at Harvard, how she experienced the death of her father and best friend, how she met Obama, the kind of partnership they have created, the kind of career as a lawyer and health care executive she pursued in Chicago, her views about political life and her aptitude for it, and her profile as a mother. The book will be based on the public record, on interviews she has given in the past, and on fresh interviews with her and members of her circle.

Michelle Obama

Author: Elizabeth J. Natalle,Jenni Simon

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 1498512224

Category: Social Science

Page: 180

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Michelle Obama: First Lady, American Rhetor is an edited anthology that explores the persona and speech-making of the country’s first African American first lady. The result of these thought-provoking essays is an interdisciplinary text that explores the First Lady from a rhetorical and cultural point of view. Authors analyze her Democratic National Convention speeches, her brand as First Lady, her communication from her latest trip to Africa, her agenda rhetoric in Let’s Move! and Reach Higher, and her coming out as a Black feminist intellectual when she spoke at Maya Angelou’s memorial service. Readers will recognize Michelle Obama as a rhetor of our times—a woman who influences America at the intersections of gender, race, and class and who is representative of what women are today.

Michelle Obama 2024

Author: Joel Gilbert

Publisher: Bombardier Books

ISBN: 163758573X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 248

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Michelle Obama is not who she pretends to be. In Michelle Obama 2024, filmmaker Joel Gilbert does a deep dive into the life of the most popular woman in America and reveals one game-changing detail after another. Gilbert’s investigative journey takes him from Chicago to Princeton to Washington to Martha’s Vineyard and beyond. Along the way, he discovers that Michelle has created a cynical, highly effective, false narrative of her life story based largely on gender and race. In Chicago, Gilbert chronicles how Michelle has repeatedly run from the Black community or sold it out, much as her father did when he served as a precinct captain for the Daley Machine. Gilbert then exposes Michelle Obama’s “I hate politics” disclaimer as strategic cover for her intense lifelong political advocacy as he deconstructs Michelle’s bestselling autobiography, Becoming. As the best-loved Democrat, Michelle has been preparing to run for President since 2016 by following the same formula as Barack did before her. This includes writing an autobiography, giving the keynote speech at the Democrat Convention, and heading up a voter registration organization. Gilbert also unveils Michelle’s psychological dark side and explains how her deep feelings of inadequacy drive her to run for the presidency. Gilbert ultimately reveals the real Michelle Obama, one very few Americans know or understand, but that all must be wary of as she seeks the highest office in the land. If she wins in 2024, Gilbert predicts, Michelle will take orders from global elitesand chaos will follow as surely as night follows day.

Michelle Obama

Author: Kristen Rajczak Nelson

Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC

ISBN: 1534567763

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 104

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In 2011, Michelle Obama said, "There are still many causes worth sacrificing for, so much history yet to be made." Since leaving the White House, she has continued to live by those words. Readers explore the most current examples of her activism, but they also take a look into her past to see how her impressive educational and professional background made her a unique and historic First Lady. Detailed sidebars, vibrant photographs, and annotated quotes allow readers to trace her journey from her childhood in Chicago to her time in the White House and the release of her highly-anticipated memoir.

Michelle Obama

Author: Jill C. Wheeler

Publisher: ABDO

ISBN: 1616136561

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 8072

This book introduces young readers to the life of Michelle Obama, beginning with her childhood in Chicago, Illinois. Readers will become familiar with her strong, intelligent personality as they learn about her years at Princeton University and Harvard Law School, her career as a lawyer and later a community service worker, her marriage to Barack Obama, and her life as a mother to her daughters Malia and Sasha. Details of Mrs. Obama's years as a political wife are also discussed, which include her work on her husband's campaign during the 2008 election and her assent to First Lady. The historic significance of Mrs. Obama as the first African-American First Lady is also highlighted. Full-color photos accompany the easy-to-read text. Extras include a sidebar, a timeline, fun facts, an index, and a glossary. Checkerboard Library is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.

Michelle Obama

Author: Lakita Wilson

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 1496672526

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 4473

The first black First Lady in U.S. history (and one of the most beloved), Michelle Obama brought intelligence and passion to her role. Readers will learn how her years as a daughter, student, lawyer, wife, and mother shaped her into the influential education, healthy living, and women's rights advocate she is today.

Michelle Obama

Author: Joan Stoltman

Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP

ISBN: 1538209292

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 3518

Michelle Obama is easily recognizable to young readers, but has had a life few children have had the chance to learn about. This topical, engaging volume brings the story of an incredibly intelligent, motivated, deeply dedicated person to vivid life. Young readers will easily engage in Michelle Obama’s life through the meticulously uncomplicated, age-appropriate language and explanation of concepts provided throughout this inspiring story. This highly requested biography is sure to be a quick hit in any collection, educating and inspiring readers to achieve their maximum potential.