Being Malala Yousafzai (Early Edition)

Being Malala Yousafzai (Early Edition)

By H.X. Wrightswell

  • Release Date : 2014-01-04
  • Genre : General Nonfiction
  • FIle Size : 340.50 MB
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Being Malala Yousafzai (Early Edition) Bright, attractive, contemporary design engages even the most reluctant readers • Colorful text in small bites • More than 50 relevant photographs and videos to support the text • Pages enhanced with interactive, multi-touch features • High-interest, low-level reading: 10 years and up

Page after page of colorful text, high-interest pictures, and on-the-scene videos engage young readers in the remarkable story of Malala — a Pakistani schoolgirl who fought for girls’ education and was shot in the head by the Taliban. Readers watch as, miraculously, Malala survives and is transformed into a global symbol of bravery and power; they witness the 16-year-old schoolgirl, whom U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called “our hero,” become the youngest Nobel Peace Prize nominee ever. Girls and boys can read along as they listen to Malala addressing the U.N., speaking with renewed resolve, and vowing to continue her campaign for education for all children. Marie Arana of The Washington Post reminds us that Malala “stands for the universal possibility of a little girl.”

“There was always something special about Malala . . .  She is powerful. But she is also a sweet, creative, loving little girl who wants to help others.”
     — Angelina Jolie, actress, activist and humanitarian

“Malala: The Bravest Girl in the World”
     — Newsweek magazine

“Our hero”
     — United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

One of The 100 Most Influential People in the World
     — Time magazine

“The world must not allow Malala’s message to die.”
     — Dallas Morning News