The Extraordinary Life of Malala Yousafzai

The Extraordinary Life of Malala Yousafzai

Summary

Malala Yousafzai is:

A student

A campaigner

An inspiration

Malala is known across the world for her bravery, resilience and hope in the face of terrifying adversity. From playing in the Swat Valley in Pakistan to making speeches at the United Nations, she has become an inspiration for people fighting for justice.

Discover what it took for one incredible girl to become the voice of so many, in this beautifully illustrated book that brings Malala's extraordinary story to life.

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About the authors

Hiba Noor Khan

Hiba Noor Khan's academic background is in Engineering/Physics, having completed Postgraduate study at the University of Oxford in 2015. Since graduating she has worked in the Environmental Sector, as a Refugee Advocacy Worker for The Children's Society, a Physics teacher and TV presenter. She has a keen interest in social and political affairs and assisted policy research for the Governments Commission on Religion and Belief in Public Life in 2015. Her passion for international development has led Hiba to travel to implement various sustainable development projects in rural Tanzania, and to deliver aid to Syrian refugees in Turkey.

Hiba has loved words for as long as she's known them, and has worked as a freelance journalist, including writing for The Independent, blogging for the Huffington Post and Amaliah. She has written about everything from ISIS and drug cartels to turmeric lattes.
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Rita Petruccioli (Illustrator)

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