I Am Malala The Girl Who Stood Up forI am not too sure how much of this book can actually be attributed to Malala herself The ideology and argumentation seem to some straight from her father indeed large parts of the book describe the father s life and career, much of which Malala herself cannot have witnessed The style and organisation certainly owe much to the co writer, or probablyaccurately, ghost writer it isI Am Malala Wikipedia I Am Malala The Girl Who Stood Up forNotRetrouvez I Am Malala The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban et des millions de livres en stock surAchetez neuf ou d occasion I am malala Poche Malala Yousafzai Achat Livre fnac I am malala, Malala Yousafzai, Weidenfeld Nicolson Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous enjour ou en magasin avec % de rduction I am Malala I am Malala Search Search Search Search Categories Blog Budget Recent Posts What to consider while buying home insurance in MI Why I Want To Home School My Children What to consider while buying home insurance in MI April ,Are you the one who is thinking to buy home insurance If yes then do you know about it exactly In the post, we will break out some of the things whichI Am Malala The Story of the Girl Who Stood Up forAffecting but disjointed, I Am Malala recounts the extraordinary life of the internationally renowned Pakistani activist Partially written by a ghostwriter, the memoir scans Malala s childhood and adolescence as well as the recent history of Pakistan, but it addresses neither subject comprehensively An excessive amount of information about Pakistani society is presented piecemeal, leavingI Am Malala Summary GradeSaver Malala Yousafzai was born into a Pashtun family in Swat Valley, Pakistan She grew up in and around school, as her father s lifelong dream had been to found a school thus, Malala valued education from an extremely young age Two brothers followed her one, Kushal, is two years younger than she is, and the other, Atal, is seven years younger than she is I Am Malala The Girl Who Stood Up for Education I am not too sure how much of this book can actually be attributed to Malala herself The ideology and argumentation seem to some straight from her father indeed large parts of the book describe the father s life and career, much of which Malala herself cannot have witnessed The style and organisation certainly owe much to the co writer, or probablyaccurately, ghost writer it isMalala Yousafzai WikipediaMalala Yousafzai Wikipdia To sum this book up in one word has to be just wow Having free time in this midst of this pandemic I was happy to be able to do reading, being recommended to read this book from a friend, I wasn t too sure I am so pleased I did, this book is a must read for all The challenges and life edge moment that Malala has covered are truly inspiring and mind boggling, reading the book has made me especially feel so grateful in the opportunities we have as a norm and think about those who don t Hope to be able to get through books in my spare time at the moment especially based on others lives as teaching 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, 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 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. 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.