Michelle Obama to release companion book to 'Becoming'
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Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaBudowsky: Bloomberg-Obama or Klobuchar-Kennedy? The Hill's Campaign Report: New challenges for 2020 Dems in Nevada, South Carolina Obamas share messages wishing each other happy Valentine's Day MORE will release a follow-up to her best-selling memoir that encourages readers to journal about "what moves them and brings them hope."

"Becoming: A Guided Journal for Discovering Your Voice" will hit shelves on Nov. 19, Obama's publisher, Penguin Random House, announced Monday.
The guided journal is being promoted as a companion to the 55-year-old former first lady's hit 2018 memoir, "Becoming." Her book sold more than 10 million copies and launched an international tour that featured big-name stars — including Oprah WinfreyOprah Gail WinfreyGayle King accepts Snoop Dogg apology, says it was never her intention to add to pain over Bryant's death Snoop Dogg apologizes to Gayle King in Kobe Bryant flap: I was 'disrespectful' and 'overreacted' Rose McGowan hits Snoop Dogg for Gayle King comments: 'Death hurts. Grow the f--- up' MORE, Stephen ColbertStephen Tyrone ColbertThe Hill's Campaign Report: Democrats set for critical debate in New Hampshire Sanders casts Buttigieg as billionaire favorite in fight for New Hampshire Buttigieg to sit down with Colbert between Iowa and New Hampshire MORE and Sarah Jessica Parker — in conversation with Obama.
In an introduction penned by Obama for the $20 "Becoming" journal, she writes, "I hope you’ll use this journal to write down your experiences, thoughts, and feelings, in all their imperfections, and without judgment. ... We don’t have to remember everything. But everything we remember has value."
Obama's publisher says the journal includes "more than 150 inspiring questions and quotes that resonate with key themes in Mrs. Obama’s memoir and that are designed to help readers reflect on their personal and family history, their goals, challenges, and dreams, what moves them and brings them hope, and what future they imagine for themselves and their community."