I Am Malala
The Story of the Girl Who Stood up for Education and Was Shot by the TalibanBook - 2013
Malala Yousafzai describes her fight for education for girls under Taliban rule, the support she received from her parents to pursue an education, and how the Taliban retaliated against her by trying to kill her.
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Richmond_TeenVolunteer Jan 26, 2019
I liked I Am Malala because her story shows not just her life, but a problem that needs to be fixed that is affecting girls throughout Swat Valley.
-Lila, Age 11
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Malala Yousafzai is a girl from Pakistan who advocates education be provided for all - including girls. Read about the assassination attempt by terrorist group, the Taliban, and her ongoing fight to create access to education, for every child.
Autobiography of a 19 year old Pakistani girl who got shot in the head by a terrorist group and still fights for education rights for women.
SFPL_Teen Sep 13, 2016
The words of Malala Yousafzai, who refused to be silenced and fights for her right to an education.
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“Peace in every home, every street, every village, every country – this is my dream. Education for every boy and every girl in the world. To sit down on a chair and read my books with all of my friends at school is my right. To see each and every human being with a smile of happiness is my wish. I am Malala. My world has changed but I have not.” – Malala Yousafzai
"We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced."
"When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful."
My mother always told me, "Hide your face--people are looking at you." I would reply, "It doesn't matter; I'm also looking at them..."
I had no idea what New York and America were... We did not realize then that 9/11 would change our world too, and bring war into our valley.
“We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced”
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This book is amazing. I didn't get to finish it. This was my first time reading a non-fiction book and it wasn't bad for starters. Malala's experience for standing up for girl's education will reach out to other countries or certain places that don't allow females to get education and do something in life. This is not just her life story, it's an adive or some sort for young ladies like her, who would've been in her shoes or done something like this. Every girl or women deserve to have what men get to have in live, I'm talking about having jobs, education, and same treatment. We are all equal.
Before the shooting, she emerged as a local activist for girls' education. After the shooting, her message and activism reached the global level. With determination and courage, Malala's dream for every girl in the world to go to school becomes contagious. Her story teaches us that being a spark for change doesn't require an old age.
The story of the young woman who stood up for girls education and nearly payed the ultimate price.
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