The inspiring autobiography of Malala Yousafzai.
As the Taliban took control of the Swat Valley in 2009, Malala Yousafzai started blogging on BBC Urdu about life there, at times forbidding girls from going to school. After her name was revealed, Malala started to appear in Pakistani and worldwide media, promoting everyone’s right to the freedom to pursue their education.
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Malala was shot in the face in October 2012 by gunmen who boarded her school bus; the bullet that struck her went through her skull and into her shoulder. Malala somehow made it through the shooting.
“I Am Malala, will provide insight into the lives of children who are unable to attend school and will share the amazing tale of a young woman who bravely fought the Taliban.”
The Book Guide® Editor
Malala Yousafzai has emerged at a very early age as a global representation of bravery and resilience. Her shooting has created a surge of support for the right to education, freedom from terrorism, and female liberation that has spread throughout Pakistan and beyond.
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