- Name: I'm Malala Audiobook
- Author: Malala Yousafzai, Christina Lamb.
- Published: October 8, 2013.
- Series: None.
- Genre: Biography, Autobiography.
- Rating: 4.1 Star Review.
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As per Publishers Weekly, in 2017 the book had sold very nearly 2 million duplicates, and there were 750,000 duplicates of the youngsters’ version on paper.
I’m Malala Audiobook Free is a popular Autobiography Audiobook written by Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb. It was originally published on October 8, 2013. The book follows the genre of Motivation, Biography, and Autobiography. It has a rating of 4.1 Star Review on GoodReads.
Section One covers Malala Yousafzai’s life “Before the Taliban”. She portrays her experience growing up at home Swat Valley. Named for Malalai of Maiwand, Yousafzai lived with her dad Ziauddin, her mom Toor Pekai and two more youthful siblings Khushal and Atal. Ziauddin’s dad Rahul Amin was an imam and an instructor. Ziauddin concentrated on a Master’s in English at Jehanzeb College.
He opened the Khushal School with an accomplice Naeem, who later left because of monetary troubles. Ziauddin tracked down another accomplice Hidayatullah, with whom the school gradually started to create again. As Ziauddin opened more schools, Toor Pekai would get kids need to reside with them and Ziauddin would give free places in his schools to unfortunate youngsters. Yousafzai depicts the changing political systems in Pakistan, and the principal drone strikes in Pakistan in 2004 following the September 11 assaults.
Section Two, “The Valley of Death”, subtleties the ascent of the Tehrik-I-Taliban Pakistan in Swat. In 2006, Fazlullah started a famous “Radio Mullah” broadcast which at first offered guidance on such matters as ceremonial ablutions and medication forbearance, however, it advanced into the judgment of music and moving, and guidance on ladies remaining in the home.
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About The Authors:
Christina Lamb OBE is a British writer and writer. She is the boss unfamiliar journalist for The Sunday Times. Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani extremist for female instruction and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate.