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Thu Oct 16 17:59:50 2014 UTClccn-n20080547540.00Obama all access = "Yes we can /0.170.79Michelle Obama : the report to the first lady, 2009 /81404344Michelle_Obaman 20080547547847300Obama, Michelle LaVaughn Robinson 1964-Obama, Michelle Robinson 1964-Robinson, Michelle 1964-Robinson, Michelle LaVaughn 1964-lccn-n94112934Obama, Barackivelccn-n2006078955Mundy, Liza1960-lccn-n93010903Clinton, Hillary Rodhamlccn-n00026769Kantor, Jodi1975-lccn-n77000939Andersen, Christopher P.viaf-155235437White House (Washington, D.C.)lccn-no2012080601Swarns, Rachel L.lccn-no2007007261Palin, Sarah1964-lccn-n2010015007Traister, Rebeccalccn-n91125085Rogak, Lisa1962-edtObama, Michelle1964-RecipesQuotationsBiographyHistoryPortraitsSermonsDocumentary television programsUnited StatesObama, BarackPresidents' spousesIllinois--ChicagoAfrican American women lawyersLegislators' spousesAfrican American womenWomen lawyersFamiliesPresidentsWashington (D.C.)Kitchen gardensWashington (D.C.)--White House GardensClinton, Hillary RodhamPolitical scienceGardensPresidents--ElectionGardeningFood habitsMarriageWhite House (Washington, D.C.)Married peopleClothing and dressFashionAfrican AmericansAfrican American familiesRacially mixed peopleAfrican American lawyersFeminism--Political aspectsWomen--Political activityPalin, Sarah,Popular cultureWomen's clothingConduct of lifeRobinson familyBasketball coachesClinton, Bill,Presidential candidatesPolitical campaignsBeauty, PersonalSocial policyEconomic policyAfrican American presidential candidatesIllinoisAfrican American politiciansObama familyPresidents--FamilyPolitical and social viewsCampaign speechesSpeeches, addresses, etc., American196420072008200920102011201220132014201532712208394635.09753SB466.U7ocn813206470ocn441108553ocn781318525ocn67649823415375ocn790271044book20120.18Obama, MichelleAmerican grown : the story of the White House kitchen garden and gardens across AmericaRecipesThis book is a pictorial guide by Michelle Obama, the First Lady of the United States, that describes how she and her daughters planted a vegetable garden on the White House's South Lawn as part of an initiative to raise awareness about childhood obesity. In February 2010, she launched Let's Move!, a nationwide initiative to address the epidemic of childhood obesity by bringing healthier food into schools and communities, and encouraging kids to be more active. Her book speaks to these issues and also includes practical ideas, recipes, and resources as well as tips on how to begin a garden of any size, anywhere, how to support local farmers' markets, and advice for making healthier food choices3946ocn811635785rcrd20120.13Obama, MichelleAmerican grown the story of the White House kitchen garden and gardens across AmericaIn April 2009, First Lady Michelle Obama planted a vegetable garden on the White House's South Lawn. As fresh vegetables, fruit, and herbs sprouted from the ground, this White House Kitchen Garden inspired a new conversation all across the country about the good we feed our families and the impact it has on the health and well-being of our children. In February 2010, she launched Let's Move!, a nationwide initiative to address the epidemic of childhood obesity by bringing healthier food into schools and communities, and encouraging kids to be more active. In her first-ever audiobook, Mrs. Obama invites the listener inside the White House Kitchen Garden and shares its inspiring story2242ocn259491444visu20080.16Barack Obama, the power of changeBiographySermonsDocumentary television programsA collection of some of Obama's speeches showing his ideas for change and hope1062ocn468973363book20100.53Martin, Roland SThe first : President Barack Obama's road to the White House as originally reportedHistoryNoted African American journalist Roland Martin takes readers back down President Barack Obama's campaign trail in this chronological journal of events that dates back to when then Senator Obama had yet to announce his candidacy and follows him on his journey to the presidency. Martin's charismatic writing style is presented through his in-depth analysis of the presidential campaign and Obama's struggles and successes. Martin gives readers insight on how each important event played out in front of the nation and also shares interviews from his broadcasts, including an interview he conducted with President Obama after his win in Iowa in January 2008. Other notable interviews include Dr. Cornel West, Rep. John Lewis, Spike Lee, Maxine Waters and Michael Eric Dyson.--Publisher's description+-+4168328335832ocn833198947book20090.18Black, Allida MThe first ladies of the United States of AmericaBiographyPortraits"This special edition was produced to accompany C-SPAN's First Ladies: Influence and Image, an original series exploring America's first ladies, their lives, the times in which they lived, and their effect on the country. The book not only provides a special perspective on national life, but also offers a considered insight into the lives of notable women. The first ladies are brought to life with portraits drawn from the White House collection, as well as public and private collections, by such artists as Gilbert Stuart, Henry Inman, Howard Chandler Christy, and photographer Mathew Brady."--Jacket+-+1052646846324791ocn808138567book20120.14Obama, MichelleDe moestuin van Michelle Obama : inspirerende groentetuinideee╠łn, schooltuinprojecten en recepten uit het Witte HuisVerslag van de aanleg van een moestuin naast het Witte Huis, met foto's, schooltuinprojecten en recepten641ocn316875652visu20090.19Barack Obama the power of hopeHistoric footage from Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign and 2009 inauguration, including the Iowa caucus victory speech, key debates, and inaugural speech341ocn311818341book20090.79Michelle Obama : the report to the first lady, 2009HistoryBiography+-+3635692516342ocn475449435file20100.16We rise speeches by inspirational black womenWe Rise: Speeches by Inspirational Black Women is a rare compilation of memorable speeches delivered by celebrated African-American women from both past and present. Spanning decades and elucidating the fight for equality, it not only captures important pieces of black history, but reveals the struggle from a female perspective. The live recordings in this captivating collection are preceded by a short biography to introduce each speaker+-+6279292516251ocn390408406book20090.24Obama, MichelleMichelle Obama : speeches on life, love, and American values+-+3810287345212ocn299780665book20080.21Michelle Obama : in her own words : the speeches 2008+-+5145295996161ocn439749732visu20090.47Great speeches--today's womenA series of speeches by women on national concerns and issues; each speech is preceded by a video narrative to place it in context151ocn827484150visu20130.53Great speechesHistoryBiographyPresents significant speeches, each with an introduction detailing the time, place, and events surrounding it102ocn774907832book20120.19Obama, MichelleAmerican Grown. ; How the White House Kitchen Garden Inspires Families, Schools, and Communities108ocn772965704book20090.26Obama, MichelleMichelle Obama in her own wordsQuotationsThe election of Barack Obama has brought worldwide attention not only to what his policies will be, but to what kind of First Lady Michelle Obama will be. Throughout the long campaign season, Michelle Robinson Obama garnered a good amount of attention, kudos and criticism about her words, actions, even her appearance, but few people know what kind of role she will play once she settles into the White House. One clue is to examine her words and statements of the past, and the proposed book Michelle Obama In Her Own Words will show readers who are eager to learn more about America's new history-+-+571239130672ocn685155506visu20090.20By the people the election of Barack Obama"Millions saw history made as Barack Obama took the podium on election night. But few witnessed his unguarded moments in the hours and days before he greeted the nation until now. Meet the man who would be president and the dedicated campaign workers who helped get him there in this unprecedented documentary trailing their history-making odyssey to the White House. Witness never before seen footage of Obama behind the scenes, as well as interviews and candid moments with family, senior campaign staff, volunteers, reporters, supporters and even opponents." -- Container42ocn441108553book20090.21Mundy, LizaMichelle ObamaBiographyThis is a biography of the United States' first African American First Lady. It describes the south side of Chicago where her family grew up, her parents, the hard-working culture of her family, and her experience on the racially-tense campus of Princeton in the early 80s+-+150248293631ocn882571860visu20140.10The hooping lifeHula-hooping is back. From South Central to South Africa, witness the rise of an infectious new subculture at the intersection of fitness, art, spirituality, and entrepreneurship. Introduced by hooper Shaquille O'Neal with a score by Basement Jaxx, follow eight pioneers of the movement who sometimes left an established career to make a living as hoop-makers, performers, and teachers. The film alternates between performance footage and interviews, self-filmed video diaries and street practice21ocn676498234visu2009Obama all access = "Yes we can21ocn781318525book20090.10Mundy, LizaMichelle : biografijaBiography26388ocn232127364book20080.18Mundy, LizaMichelle : a biographyBiographyWashington Post writer Liza Mundy paints a revealing and intimate portrait of the most dynamic couple in politics today: Michelle, the highly organized, sometimes intimidating, list-making pragmatist; and Barack, the introspective political charmer who shoots for the stars. Michelle's story carries all the achievements and lingering pain of the post-civil rights era. She grew up on the south side of Chicago, in a neighborhood rocked by white flight. She went to Harvard Law School, became a corporate lawyer, then left to train community leaders. She can be funny and sharp-tongued, warm and blunt, empathic and demanding. Her relationship with Barack, like many couples with two careers and two children, has been strained at times by his political climb. In this carefully reported biography, drawing upon interviews with more than one hundred people, including one with Michelle herself, Mundy captures the complexity of this remarkable woman and the remarkable life she has lived.--From publisher description+-+1894401696175310ocn769955511book20110.19Kantor, JodiThe ObamasBiographyIn this book the author explores the Obama family's transition into the White House, capturing the emotions and personalities beneath the public fac╠žade as the president and the First Lady deal with their new roles+-+702345168516038ocn310398956book20090.15Andersen, Christopher PBarack and Michelle : portrait of an American marriageBiographyOne of America's bestselling pop-culture and current-events authors reveals the inside story of the First Couple, in this biography of the history-making family+-+614622615512977ocn782988218book20120.20Swarns, Rachel LAmerican tapestry : the story of the black, white, and multiracial ancestors of Michelle ObamaHistoryBiographyGenealogyA remarkable history of First Lady Michelle Obama's mixed ancestry as well as a portrait of America itself in an epic and inspiring family saga11428ocn436878811com20090.26Obama, MichelleMichelle Obama in her own wordsQuotationsQuotations from a variety of sources including newspaper and magazine articles, transcripts, speeches, and TV interviews and profiles. This book of quotations provides a highly readable survey of Michelle Obama's thought, words, and beliefs+-+571239130611294ocn429025297book20100.24Traister, RebeccaBig girls don't cry : the election that changed everything for American womenIt was all as unpredictable as it was riveting: Hillary Clinton's improbable rise, her fall and her insistence on pushing forward straight through to her remarkable phoenix flight from the race; Sarah Palin's attempt not only to fill the void left by Clinton, but to alter the very definition of feminism and claim some version of it for conservatives; liberal rapture over Barack Obama and the historic election of our first African-American president; the media microscope trained on Michelle Obama, harsher even than the one Hillary had endured fifteen years earlier. Meanwhile, media women like Katie Couric and Rachel Maddow altered the course of the election, and comedians like Tina Fey and Amy Poehler helped make feminism funny. As Traister sees it, the 2008 election was good for women. The campaign for the presidency reopened some of the most fraught American conversations about gender, race and generational difference, about sexism on the left and feminism on the right, all difficult discussions that had been left unfinished but that are crucial to further perfecting our union+-+637506489611122ocn643081954book20110.06Gourley, RobbinFirst garden : the White House garden and how it grewJuvenile worksTells the history of vegetable gardening at the White House, concluding with a list of favorite White House recipes+-+397739290510494ocn574924153book20110.16Betts, KateEveryday icon : Michelle Obama and the power of styleIn many ways the world has never seen a First Lady like Michelle Obama. From the precedent of her race to the singularity of her style, she has been the object of immense fascination. What she says, what she does, and not least, what she wears, is scrutinized around the world. -- Publisher's website+-+88964025859902ocn259253922book20090.06Brophy, David BergenMichelle Obama : meet the first ladyJuvenile worksBiographyA brief biography of Michelle Obama, wife of Barack Obama+-+85442261559015ocn456171729book20100.15Robinson, CraigA game of character : a family journey from Chicago's southside to the Ivy League and beyondBiographyThe eagerly anticipated inspirational memoir from Michelle Obama's brother, celebrating the extraordinary family members and mentors who have shaped his life+-+23905974068846ocn288990308book20080.06Colbert, DavidMichelle Obama : an American storyJuvenile worksBiographyIn just a few generations, Michelle Obama's family has blazed a path from a slave cabin to the White House. She's now writing a new chapter in history as a fresh kind of first lady, old-fashioned in many ways, yet so genuine and natural that she constantly surprises and inspires+-+75229729058515ocn230195131book20080.16Lightfoot, ElizabethMichelle Obama : first lady of hopeBiographyA revealing look at Michelle Obama's life, from her Chicago childhood and her education at Princeton and Harvard, to how she first met Barack Obama, and to her role as his closest adviser+-+26706744068223ocn878667888book20140.16Klein, EdwardBlood feud : the Clintons vs. the Obamas"Delves into [what Klein sees as] the rocky relationship between the Obamas and the Clintons ... [positing] just how deep the rivalry between the Obamas and the Clintons runs, with details on closed-door meetings buttressed by hundreds of interviews"--Amazon.com8084ocn298112164book20090.27Go, tell Michelle : African American women write to the new First LadyRecords and correspondencePassionate, shattering, and tender, this book gathers together letters to Michelle Obama, written by African American and African women. Shortly after the election, the Uncrowned Queens Institute in Buffalo, New York, sent out a call across the country for African American women to share their hopes, fears, and advice with the new First Lady. Hundreds of letters and poems poured in, signaling both an unprecedented moment in our nation's history and a remarkable opportunity for African American women to look at the White House and see and speak to one of their own there. These very personal letters and poems, written by women from all ages and walks of life, celebrate a newfound hope for our world and children, speak to a strong sisterhood with the First Lady, confess often very private fears and dreams, and acknowledge and remember the generations before who endured so much for so long.--From publisher description+-+03647938965714ocn781411940file20120.23Bond, Alma HalbertMichelle Obama, a biographyBiographyRanging across the full arc of Michelle Obama's life, this revealing biography tells the story of her family background-her great-great-grandfather was a slave-her modest Chicago upbringing, her education and well-established legal career, and her relationship with her husband before, during, and after he reached the pinnacle of American politics+-+19563886855701ocn310399141book20090.06Hopkinson, DeborahMichelleJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the life and accomplishments of Michelle Obama, from her childhood and early achievements in education to her career in law and community service, as well as her family life and marriage to Barack Obama+-+34827361555412ocn298777801book20100.06Wheeler, Jill CMichelle ObamaJuvenile worksBiographyA brief biography of Michelle Obama covering her life from childhood to the White House+-+58818095164851ocn277203568book20090.06Edwards, RobertaMichelle Obama : Mom-in-ChiefJuvenile worksBiographyThis book describes the life of Michelle Obama, the first African-American First Lady of the United States+-+61070939954392ocn709673083book20110.15Taylor, MikkiCommander in chic : every woman's guide to managing her style like a first ladyAn analysis of the personal style of Michelle Obama shares tips on how to create an adaptable, polished style regardless of budget, in a guide that also considers essential fitness practices and empowerment skills+-+47214648964206ocn464691857visu20100.20By the people the election of Barack ObamaNo matter what your political stance, few political campaigns in our recent history have been as dramatic as that of President Barack Obama, who overcame a fierce primary battle, an ugly general election campaign, and, yes, that name, to become America's first African-American president. This film is a compelling account of that campaign, capturing off-the-cuff moments and strategy sessions with campaign adviser David Axelrod, communications director Robert Gibbs, and campaign manager David Plouffe--to the workers humping it on the ground. Most importantly for posterity, the film portrays the emotional nature of the campaign, not just because of the historic nature of his candidacy, but because of the inspirational qualities of the man himself+-+4244340896324+-+4168328335+-+4168328335Thu Oct 16 15:38:10 EDT 2014batch34454