A beautifully written and illustrated book, Malala, Activist For Girls’ Education is a sobering yet ultimately hopeful publication about one of the most important young women of this century. The author, Raphalele Frier, starts with the birth of Malala Yousafzai in 1997 and delves into the complex social and political circumstances that led young Malala Yousafzai to become such a driving force for education opportunities for girls.
From her early family life to the tragic shooting that drew the attention and condemnation of countries around the world the book recounts many details of her life including the many accolades that have been bestowed on this amazing young woman. The book concludes with segments on Malala’s speeches, people, country, religion, and inspirations. This is an informative and important book that will give the reader great insight into a very special and unforgettable young woman.