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.EPUB ⚇ I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World ♚ Malala is an inspiration to girls and women all over the worldJ.K RowlingWritten by Malala in collaboration with critically acclaimed author, Patricia McCormick, this children s edition tells the remarkable story of a girl who knew from a young age that she wanted to change the world and did Her journey will open your eyes to another world and will make you believe in hope, truth, miracles, and the determination of one person to inspire change Raised in a once peaceful area of Pakistan transformed by terrorism, Malala was taught to stand up for what she believes So she fought for her right to be educated And on 9 October, 2012, she nearly lost her life for the cause She was shot point blank on her way home from school No one expected her to survive Now, she is an international symbol of peaceful protest and the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner.This is a must listen for anyone who believes in the power of change.Read by Neela Vaswani and winner of the GRAMMY award winner for Children s Album, 2015.

8 thoughts on “I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World

  1. Miss K. Southern Miss K. Southern says:

    I KNEW that I would find this to be a good if tough read, but never did I imagine that the words would literally reduce me to tears on than one occasion Seriously This is one of those books that I m instantly putting on my books that everyone should read list because if they did, they would really learn a thing or two For those who don t know who Malala Yousafzai is, I really recommend looking into her inspiring story about opposing the Taliban regime, fighting for girl s education and how Pakistan might be war torn, but it is home and beautiful to her.I liked how this book was split up This is the Young Readers edition and I can see how the attack on Malala and the aftermath in hospital has probably been translated to be far less gruesome, as well as a simplification of the political climate in Pakistan But I really thought that Patricia McCormick did a really good job of making the facts easy to understand, and it s still an emotional ...

  2. Mrirazak Mrirazak says:

    I have never been so integrated by her book with our worlds society facts Women around the world, don t get the same liberties and rights that men do FACT , Women like Malala would be denied the chance of education if she hadn t fought for it Fact These were many of problems of todays society, when I even write this review my heart breaks after reading this book the toughest book I ve ever read, packed full of emotion and understanding by the world Why does the world come together after a disaster has happened Malala was outspoken by Taliban regime that took over SWAT, but nobody came for her aid or the millions that lived their I myself am working on an education project to help people like Malala before she came to the UK to get an education, with the constant support of public hopefully, I will be successful but I won t give up on trying to help people.

  3. Library Lady Library Lady says:

    A story of incredible bravery, from an inspirational child who refused to be bowed by the might of possibly the most powerful terrorist organisation She is the champion of all oppressed women and a champion of education for those women It was the most incredible read, I sobbed through most of the book, alternately sad for this poor little girl and all she has had to endure , and then filled with with hope that this young girl will over the next generation inspire our young people to take back the power from the despots, dictators and the oppressors and build a better world for all This should be on the curriculum for all teenagers to read,

  4. Mrs Saleem Mrs Saleem says:

    I was expecting a story about the girl Malala and her experience, but what I got was a story about what happens when there is a lack of education and a charismatic persuasive domineering person takes over a society country bit by bit, making it hard for people to know when to protest as there is no clear point where it is enoughthink of the anecdote of putting a frog in cold water and heating it upthe frog won t realise it is boiling to death until it is too late And when the government doesn t listen to concerned citizens from the beginning

  5. Carol F Carol F says:

    I bought this for my daughter to read who is 9 years old Despite a few complex words, this has been an excellent book for her to understand the differences that exist for girls in different cultures It has helped her open her eyes, and interests, to explore the world around her and the attitudes of others towards the education of girls, Next to read A long walk to Water another excellent eye opener about a country at war and the destruction on ordinary families.

  6. Tina Tina says:

    A very revealing insight into life in that part of the world and the inspiring courage of a young girl in the face of suchdiscriminatory attitudes towards females of all ages She is of much greater worth of than all those ignorant maleswho blindly follow, like sheep, the savagely brutal beliefs of evil hate preachers May she continue to lead andsucceed in her quest for equality for all girls and women.

  7. E. Hargreaves E. Hargreaves says:

    A great read Malala is a person I admire greatly and when I read this book I can hear her voice telling her story, with her humour it is obviously written by her and tells her amazing story, gives an insight into her personality and thoughts I would recommend it to anyone, especially here in the UK where we can have no idea what life is like in a Pakistan at war, under the Taliban and living in fear.

  8. C. Preece C. Preece says:

    Bought for a 10year old who had heard about Malala at school Very good edition, with coloured pictures and written at exactly the right level of understanding Recipient really enjoyed it Adults would also enjoy this book her Mum did, anyway