I Am Malala By Christina Lamb

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In Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb’s nonfiction book, I am Malala (2013), they promote their belief of speaking up and making a difference in the world by advocating the importance of education and communicating with words will help make the world more peaceful. The author first supports her beliefs by being a voice for girls in her country way before she was shot, by speaking through the media by becoming a BBC blogger and telling her story and fears for the future. She spoke up against the Taliban, even though they threatened her with death. Malala spoke out against the extremists who would twist the teachings of Islam in order to get what they desired. Not only does Malala speaks up about education, but she defends women’s rights. She
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