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I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban Price: 270.00 (as of 26/12/2021 01:05 PST- Details)

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Written by one defiant young women who stood up to the mounting atrocities of terrorist Taliban, this book describes the journey of a simple Pakistani girl from Swat Valley who stood up for a basic right to education that nearly cost her, her life.

In an effort to teach her a lesson and to shut up each spark of revolution against the Taliban, the terrorist organisation shot Malala right in the head, at point-black range, but she survived the murderous attach.

In simple words and stunning prose, this book takes the reader at the unusual journey that Malala has taken from a remote village in Northern Pakistan to the posh halls of United Nations. A symbol of bravery, she has develop into a global icon for peace and human rights, and is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, ever in history.

Published by Orion Publishing Group, it is a bestselling memoir of the youth icon who fought all odds to stand by the right. It was once even accorded as the non-fiction book of the year in 2014, when it was once first published.

About the writer:

Malala Yousafzai: A global youth and peace icon, Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for female education, and the youngest winner of Nobel Peace Prize. On the age of 11-12, she spoke out against the suppressive Taliban, who had banned girls from attending school. Having survived a bullet shot in the head, Malala as of late is an activist, whose advocacy has grown into an international movement demanding educational rights girls around the globe.





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