By Emelia Saunders
I am Malala
Malala said “one child, one teacher,one book. One pen can change the world”.She tells you about her life in Pakistan and how wonderful it was to go to school to see her friends and to learn about science. She also talks about when the Taliban came to her city and how they would kill anyone that speaks against them and about the family’s murder and displayed in the center of the city. She also talked about her time in the hospital and how her life was in London when they moved so that they were safe from the Taliban.
Malala is a girl that is kind, never would hurt anyone, and is caring.Everyday she does the same thing which was going to school, talk to her friend Shazia, and would help her mom in the kitchen for dinner. She would also play with her brothers Atal and Khushal in the backyard.She loved to learn and when she couldn’t go to school anymore she started reading book about science and history to learn more and things because she loved to learn and read. She also was the youngest person ever to receive the nobel prize and a quote that she said during a speech was “I tell my story not because it is unique, but because it is not. It is the story of many girls.
Conflict and Resolution
Her conflict was her against a society basically because she was against what the group the Taliban were saying was wrong and non Muslim. She disagreed with thing like that because it made women have to stay home not get an education and depend on someone else which had to be a male family member according to the Taliban. So she started doing interviews with people and giving speeches to people and spread the word of what the Taliban was like and she managed to win that fight against them with only her words and no violence, to prove you don’t need violence to win.