I Am Malala- The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban


I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai – Non-fiction Book of the Year

Malala’s story – simply told. One brave young girl who speaks out for education for all, boys and girls. This is the tale of her own life in Pakistan, a brief history of the country (only given a name and boundaries in 194) and the turmoil, anguish and ignorance which exists there. A beautiful country, torn by conflict and religious fanaticism, involving men in authority and the Taliban’s creed.

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Malala speaks with passion for the rights of all children to receive an education – wherever they might be. She has won many awards including the Nobel Peace Prize at the young age of 17 years. she also has had the support of her parents and notably of her father, who himself was a courageous advocate for girls’ education as well as boys’.

The book is inspiring, thought provoking and one all of us who have had an education should read and value. We are fortunate. Malala has already made a difference and her continuing fight for justice and fairness will no doubt grow in strength as a global force.

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