Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters
Pages: 40 pages
Author: Barack Obama
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
About Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters Book
In this tender, gorgeous letter to his children, President Obama has already written a moving tribute to 13 revolutionary American citizens “Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters”. President Obama sees the character of American heroes within his own daugthers, and inside of all of this country’s children.
Amazing, evocative pictures by Loren Long immediately capture the personalities and achievements of those amazing American citizens and the innocence and promise of childhood.
Barack Obama: Son of Promise, Child of Hope Book
Pages: 48 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing
About The Book
Since Obama is still in young ages, Hope has lived inside his soul. He kept held on hope, where ever he lived, from Kenya, Hawaii, Chicago, to Jakarta (Indonesia). He knew that his journey was find the ability to listen to Hope, and became the man he he was meant to be: a bridge to bring people unite together.
Change We Can Believe In
Pages: 288 pages
Author: Barack Obama
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
About The Author
Barack Obama is the current U.S President-elect. He won the 2008 U.S election to John McCain from the Republican. He used to be junior U.S. senator from Illinois, Chicago and the author of The Audacity of Hope and Dreams from My Father. He lives in Chicago with his wife, Michelle, and his two daughters, Sasha and Malia
About The Book
Today, America is hungry for change. After years of failed policies and failed politics, this is our opportunity to return and grab it back. Barack Obama is proven to be a leader who can unite people together, honest , and can really move this nation to a better place.
Change We Can Believe In asks you, me and the rest of the U.S citizens not just to believe in Obama’s ability to bring change to the nation, it also asks you to believe in yours.
Page: 384 pages
Writer: Barack Obama
About the Writer
Barack Obama is US Senator from Illinois running for 2008 US presidential election. Obama is one of presidential candidate from Democratic Party.
The Audacity of Hope is the second book written by Barack Obama. This book is based on his keynote speed at the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston, Massachusetts. Obama shares his personal opinions about faith, values and he offers his vision of a better future by reparing what he called “broken political process”. In this book Obama really try to show that he is very encourage to be a bridge and heal the US political wounds.
Readers that have read this book admit that Barack Obama has a very warm and inviting style of communicating with other people. This is probably why many people really like him.
Writer: Joseph Vogel
Page: 116 pages
Joseph Vogel is a graduate student and writing instructor at Brigham Young University.
The Obama Movement describing a series of response from students and young professional in United States when they were asked this perticular question “Why Barack Obama?”.
This book also contains several stories of young people in the trenches regarding the upcoming 2008 US presidential election, and whould the cast their vote in the election.
Writer: Shelby Steel
Page: 160 pages
Shelby Steel is writer of best selling book The Content of Our Character.
On this book, Shelby Steel writes about how Barack Obama caught between two classic postures that black or negro people always usde to make their way in the white American mainstream.
Steel also write that Barack Obama was born on an temperament yet intellegence interracial family background. According to Steel, American people tends to contrained by racial corectness causing people some times afraid to ask their self wether we againt racism or not.