I Live Real Close To Where You Used To Live: Kids' Letters To Michelle Obama (and To Sasha, Malia, And Bo)
- Number of Pages: 144
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
I Live Real Close to Where You Used to Live is a collection of letters written by children across America to Michelle Obama and her daughters Malia and Sasha (plus a couple of to their dog Bo ). ") from these young writers two years into the Obama presidency, they remain as engaged as ever with the events shaping the world around them. Every missive differs wildly in subject from Easy Bake ovens and Poké mon to immigration, school funding, foreclosures, and war. Proceeds from this book benefit 826 National, a loved ones members of nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping students, ages six to 18, with expository and creative writing at seven locations across the country. There is absolutely no shortage of advice, observations, requests, and questions (" Wouldn't it be awesome if pickles grew on trees? Their letters to the first lady and her family members are each poignant and hilarious.
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