Michelle Obama: The Fantastically Feminist (and totally true) Story of the Inspirational Activist and Campaigner
Meet the marvellous Michelle Obama: good-natured and gifted student, passionate piano player, and a girl who's unafraid to make mistakes!
Determined to get a good education, the young Michelle works super hard at school (while making sure she has time for singing, dancing and piano playing) and wins a place at a top university. But when she arrives on campus, she's shocked by how few students and teachers of colour there are. Angered by this inequality, Michelle knows she must speak up for those less fortunate than herself and vows to do all she can to make the world a better, fairer place.
Set on helping people achieve their potential, Michelle gets to work using her skills to campaign for others, particularly young people. But when she meets and falls in love with Barack Obama, who is equally passionate about changing the world and who tells her he wants to become the first African American President of the United States, Michelle knows it's time to really find her voice...
This is the absolutely astonishing, fantastically feminist and, best of all, totally true story of one amazingly inspirational global icon!
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