(Little Brown) At 15, Malala was shot by the Taliban for advocating for girls' rights to education in Pakistan. Her bravery and commitment to the cause made Malala an international symbol of peaceful protest. In the young readers edition of her memoir, reimagined specifically for a younger audience with award-winning author Patricia McCormick, Malala shares her remarkable story and her message of hope. I Am Malala
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A year after she was shot by Taliban gunmen on her way home from school, 16-year-old Pakistani student and blogger Malala Yousafzai appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. She has been nominated for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.
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Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani school pupil and spokesperson for women’s right to education. In retaliation for her high profile campaign for education and criticism of the Taliban, she was shot in the head at close range by a Taliban gunman. She survived the gunshot wound and has become a leading spokesperson for human rights, education and women’s rights. She has received numerous peace awards, and was the youngest person to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013. Early Life…
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