I Am Malala
By: Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb
I Am Malala
I Am Malala was written by Malala Yousafzai and a little help from Christina Lamb. It was about Malala's life as a child and how they didn't allow girls to go to school because they thought all that girls were meant to do was cook, clean, and do nothing. Malala's father owned a school for girls because he believed that girls could also have education. As Malala grew up , more and more terrorist became focused on destroying schools for girls. When she got older, Malala stood up for her and the other girls rights and spoke up. So many people looked up to her that one day, when Malala and her friends were riding the bus, a terrorist jumped on and asked, " Which one is Malala?" Her friends made the mistake of looking at Malala and the terrorist pulled out a gun and aimed it at Malala. The bullet didn't kill her, and made very little damage to her brain, but she was sent by a helicopter to a hospital in England and luckily, she survived. I'm not the kind of person that reads non-fiction books but I have to admit, this one was a really good book.