Malala My story of standing up for girls' rights

Malala Yousafzai, 1997-

Sound recording - 2019

"Malala retells her story of speaking out for girls' education rights for chapter book readers"--

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Children's audiobooks
Solon, Ohio : Findaway World, LLC [2019]
Item Description
Release date supplied by publisher.
Print book published: First chapter book edition. New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2018.
Audiobook originally released by Hachette Audio.
Issued as a Wonderbook, a pre-loaded audiobook player permanently attached to a hardcover book.
Powered by a rechargeable battery ; USB charger required for recharging.
Audiobook player has 2 modes. Read-Along mode narrates the story. Learning mode asks questions related to the story.
Physical Description
1 audio-enabled book (170 pages) ; black and white illustrations ; 20 cm
Grades 3-6.
Main Author
Malala Yousafzai, 1997- (author)
Corporate Author
Findaway World, LLC (-)
Other Authors
Patricia McCormick, 1956- (author), Joanie Stone (illustrator), Neela Vaswani, 1974- (narrator)
  • Prologue: I am Malala
  • Part one: before the danger. As free as a bird
  • A magic pencil
  • Warnings
  • Part two: a shadow over our valley. Radio mullah
  • What terrorism feels like
  • Part three: finding my voice. A chance to speak
  • A schoolgirl's diary
  • Class dismissed?
  • Displaced
  • A strange peace
  • Good news at last
  • A threat against me
  • A day like any other
  • Part four: a new life, far from home. A place called Birmingham
  • A hundred questions
  • Filling in the blanks
  • Messages from around the world
  • Miracles
  • This new place
  • One girl among many
  • Epilogue: the youngest person ever.