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Malala: My Story of Standing Up for Girls' Rights (edition 2018)

by Malala Yousafzai (Author)

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"Malala retells her story of speaking out for girls' education rights for chapter book readers"--
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Title:Malala: My Story of Standing Up for Girls' Rights
Authors:Malala Yousafzai (Author)
Info:Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (2018), Edition: Abridged, 176 pages
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Malala: My Story of Standing Up for Girls' Rights by Sarah J. Robbins

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RGG: A middle-grade version of Malala's Yousafzai memoir. While the writing may be simpler, the events, ideas, and voice of Malala are still comprehensive, complex and courageous.
  rgruberexcel | Sep 18, 2022 |
RGG: A middle-grade version of Malala's Yousafzai memoir. While the writing may be simpler, the events, ideas, and voice of Malala are still comprehensive, complex and courageous.
  rgruberexcel | Sep 18, 2022 |
I like that this book exists, as I think there need to be good Malala books for upper elementary. However, because it is an abridgment of the longer book, to me it was a bit choppy. I also thought it doesn't really give enough context to the storytelling, so it doesn't flow as well as the teen version and it might be confusing for younger audiences. In general, I feel positive about it, but I wish it felt a little more cohesive. ( )
  jennybeast | Apr 14, 2022 |
This story shares the story of Malala --- a young girl who refused to stay quiet and accept the ongoing corruption. When she found out that she would no longer be allowed to go to school and be educated, she risked her life to keep that right. She spoke up against discrimination and continues to speak up for the education of girls and young women. ( )
  RoaneRayL | Feb 8, 2022 |
This abridged version of Malala's memoir tells the story of a girl who refused to be silenced. When Malala was told that she could no longer go to school, she risked her life for her right to be educated. Malala shares the value of speaking out and fighting back against hate. Malala was the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17. She is still an activist fighting for universals access to quality education for girls.
  Debbie.C | Jul 26, 2020 |
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