Synopses & Reviews
Of mixed race and cultures, Barack Obama struggled for years with his identity and place in society. Having found his niche in public service, he has made history as the fifth African American U.S. senator ever to be elected. Now the skinny kid continues his political journey and strives to become the nations first black president. From Hawaii to Chicago to Washington, D.C., Senator Obamas life has been interesting and inspiring.
About the Author
Roberta Edwards lives in New York, New York. Ken Call lives in Northbrook, Illinois.