I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Changed the World
The life story of the Nobel Peace Prize winner who was shot by the Taliban. Proof of the power one teenager can have in fighting for what’s right. Malala was ten when the Taliban took control of her Pakistani region. They said music was a crime. They banned women from going to the market. They said girls could no longer go to school. But Malala was raised to speak up for her beliefs. So she blogged and spoke about girls’ rights to education. Then, aged just fifteen, she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in a shocking revenge attack. No one expected her to survive. But she did. And she’s still fighting for women’s rights. See what she’s done. Then follow her lead.
- A story of survival and courage told in Malala’s own words
- Malala is a global activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner
- A hard-hitting yet inspiring tale that calls for global change
- Shows what living in a Taliban area is really like for girls