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Michelle
Michelle

Michelle

Her First Year as First Lady
By Robin Givhan

BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

128 Pages, 8.5 x 10.875

Formats: Trade Paper, PDF

Trade Paper, $14.95 (US $14.95) (CA $16.95)

ISBN 9781600783111

Rights: WOR

Triumph Books (Jan 2010)
Triumph Books Entertainment

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Overview

This commemorative book is a photographic journal that covers Michelle Obama’s causes, style, and involvement with government and the community throughout her first year and how she has been working toward changing the American image the world over. From her first dance with the new president to her organic vegetable garden, the American people get an inside look and an unparalleled portrait of the new first lady as she makes the White House her home and the position her own.

Author Biography

Robin Givhan is the fashion editor for the Washington Post. She won the 2006 Pulitzer Prize in Criticism for her coverage of fashion and culture.

Media

The Orlando Sentinel gives a terrific review to Michelle.
Robin Givhan talks to Good Morning America about Michelle and the year that was.
Check out this exclusive excerpt in The Washington Post of Michelle.
Robin Givhan talks to the Today Show about Michelle.

Press Releases

MICHELLE:
HER FIRST YEAR AS FIRST LADY


As the first African American woman to hold the title of first lady, Michelle Obama is already making her mark as a different kind of role model and The Washington Post has chronicled her year in a brand-new book.

 

Michelle: Her First Year as First Lady by The Washington Post (text by Robin Givhan) is a photographic journal that covers Michelle's causes, style and involvement with government and the community over the past year and how she has been working toward changing the American image all over the world.

 

Post photographers and reporters captured the cultural outings in Washington, the diplomatic trips abroad and provide an unparalleled portrait of the new first lady as she makes the White House her home and the position her own.

 

From her first dance with the new president to her organic vegetable garden, the American people will relive the past year and get an inside look at what being the first lady is all about for Michelle Obama.

 

About the Author:
Robin Givhan is the fashion editor for the Washington Post. She won the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for criticism for her coverage of fashion and culture.

 

CONTACT: Natalie King, Triumph Books, 312.252.1252, n.king@triumphbooks.com

 

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