- Former US president Barack Obama and Michelle Obama joined each other on YouTube to read stories to little kids
- Obama felt adventurous and while reading an interesting book, he barked like a dog
- He then smiled like an innocent child and looked at Michelle, who could not hold back her laughter
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If it walks like a dog, sniffs like a dog, or barks like a dog it probably isn’t a dog and might just be former US president Barack Obama.
The retired POTUS tapped into his creative side while reading to kids and saw fit to bark just to make the whole storytelling exercise fun and engaging.
Briefly.co.za learned that Obama, a great showman and talented performer, unveiled his rare skills while entertaining children alongside his wife Michelle Obama.
The two who have been active on the fight for equal, accessible education sat side by side during Michelle’s weekly outreach and read A Bear Ate Your Sandwich to their viewers.
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The 56-year-old who has been reading to kids every Monday in a virtual storytime series welcomed her companion and husband to join in on the fun education exercise.
Obama was a tad bit excited and wanted to make a good first impression and alas! He aced it.
America’s first black president reached a point in the book where the story focused on a dog.
He knew he had to go big or go home and the former US leader knew it was his time to shine.
The 58-year-old barked like a dog and smiled slyly after being the fun teacher who knew exactly what to do to make the class fall in love with him.
Michelle’s series always airs on a YouTube page dubbed PBS Kids’.
Already, she has a string of followers who devour her content while yearning for more.
She and her hubby recently delivered speeches to graduands during virtual graduation streamed on major networks like CNN.
On May 22 2019, the pair will chaperone a virtual prom meant for senior students.
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