After the Obamas left the White House, they immediately jumped into serving the American people. They especially have reached out to the nation’s children of all ages in a variety of ways. They rightfully say that children the future pathway of the country. President Obama and his wife Michelle have started another important program with Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).
Mrs. Obama had already started her Mondays with Michelle Obama online reading program. Now, her husband has announced that he will be joining her. Together, they have found a way to support families with small children who have to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. They will be providing these parents a welcome break.
Newsday.com reported that Michelle Obama started off reading:
‘The former first lady first read “The Giraffe Problem,” by Jory John and Lane Smith. Then she was joined by Barack Obama, seen over the weekend addressing the country’s high school graduating class, as they took turns — the former president even barked at one point — on Julia Sarcone-Roach’s “A Bear Ate Your Sandwich.”’
Other titles that the former first lady has been reading during her Monday show include Julia Donaldson’s The Gruffalo and Eric Carle’s The Hungry Caterpillar. For the upcoming Monday program, she plans to invite the Obamas’ two dogs, Bo and Sunny. Appropriately, she will be reading Troy Cummings’ Can I Be Your Dog?
The PBS series is available on both the Facebook and YouTube pages of PBS Kids. It is also available on the couple’s publisher’s Facebook page, Penguin Random House.
In addition, the two have been actively campaigning for his former Vice President Joe Biden and other Democratic candidates.
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