BEN AROGUNDADE is the author of ten works of contemporary literary fiction and non-fiction, including 'Black Beauty', his debut novel, 'The Sexual Language of Strangers', and 'Obama: 101 Best Covers'. 'Black Beauty' was honoured by the New York Public Library and became the subject of a three-part BBC documentary. Ben is one of eight children born in London to Nigerian immigrants who settled in the capital in 1961. He originally trained as an architect before diversifying into graphic design and freelance journalism, where he wrote features for a range of international publications. Alongside his written work Ben also works as a television presenter and voiceover artist. ABOUT THE NEW BARACK OBAMA BIOGRAPHY 'Obama: 101 Best Covers' - eight years in the making - is a portrait of Obama's call to history, a unique collection of front pages of the United States first African American president during his 2008 and 2012 election campaigns, as well as his tenure in the White House. This special commemorative Obama book comes in four alternative covers.