After having read that book, I would love to share my thoughts about it with you, so let's call it a mini-review. Malala's story is set in Pakistan, and page by page we follow her daily life - from school fights with her best friends to financial struggles of her family, and we witness the process in which Malala became so passionate about human, especially girls', rights. The book tells not only a story of one girl, but of the entire community. It educates us on Pakistani history, and is abundant in life wisdom. The book, created by both Malala and Christina Lamb, is written in a pleasant, simple, yet convincing manner. The Nobel Prize laureate portrays herself as a regular girl with dreams to change the world. She fights with her friend, and can be moody, but never does she give up on her dreams to guarantee everyone an access to education. I believe her book holds a great message, and can inspire us to be kind. It is surely worth-reading and I would definitely recommend you to give Malala some of your time. It would be nice to end with a quote, so I will.