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Parker Curry, 4, takes in Amy Sherald's painting of Michelle Obama in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Parker has co-authored a book with her mom called Parker Looks Up: An Extraordinary Moment. Mhari Shaw/NPR hide caption

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In 'Parker Looks Up,' A 2-Year-Old Shares A Moment With Michelle Obama

In 2018, a photo of Parker Curry looking at a portrait of Michelle Obama went viral. Within a week, she got to meet the first lady. Parker tells the story in a new book she co-authored with her mom.

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Anthropomorph Kaki King

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Candy Canals: Architects Craft Gingerbread Replica Of Venice

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Astral Plains Via Luna
Kerala Bonobo
What's Love Got to Do With It [Instrumental] Tina Turner
Jospeh mon cher fidèle Manuela Pioche, Guy Alcindor
Gesu Bambino Traditional Christmas Instrumentals
Walking In The Rain 10
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Parker Curry, 4, takes in Amy Sherald's painting of Michelle Obama in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Parker has co-authored a book with her mom called Parker Looks Up: An Extraordinary Moment. Mhari Shaw/NPR hide caption

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In 'Parker Looks Up,' A 2-Year-Old Shares A Moment With Michelle Obama

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In Mind Do Make Say Think
Soul Alphabet Colleen

Kristen Bell attends the world premiere of Disney's Frozen II held at Dolby Theatre last month in Hollywood. Michael Tran/FilmMagic hide caption

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For 'Frozen II,' Kristen Bell Found Inspiration In Personal Pain

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Mahna Mahna Cake
Mahna Mahna Panzerballet

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