How will it help me get rolling? The inspiring journey of a woman's journey from the working class to the White House.
Michelle Robinson had a loving family and a great aunt who taught her how to play piano.
As the South Side of Chicago changed, Michelle tried to become a good student and feel that she was good enough.
At Princeton, Czerny Brasuell mentored Michelle, who found a whole new world there.
Michelle met Barack Obama after law school, and a romance eventually flourished.
Michelle and Barack married and found new and engaging work in the early 1990s.
After writing his first book, Barack was presented with a political opportunity, which Michelle didn't approve of.
As their family grew, so did the political career of Barack, which led to their first taste of how personal political attacks can get.
Michelle's attitude changed during the presidential campaign despite her skepticism about politics.
Michelle, as First Lady, tried to give her children a childhood as normal as she could.
Michelle also tried to find her own voice in projects such as Let's Move! Initiative.
Difficulties were encountered along the way, but Michelle Obama is proud of what they did in the White House.