Malala Yousafzai simply introduced her third ebook can be printed this 12 months.
The Pakistani feminine training activist mentioned her ebook, We Are Displaced: True Stories Of Refugee Lives, can be printed on Sept. four. Yousafzai, 20, a world-renowned human rights advocate and the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, survived an assassination attempt in 2012 for her activism in girls’s training and was displaced from her house nation.
The new ebook particulars Yousafzai’s personal refugee story and can “share the non-public tales of a number of the unbelievable ladies she has met on her varied journeys to refugee camps and the cities the place refugee ladies and their households have settled,” in response to a Monday press release from writer Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.
Yousafzai printed her first ebook, a memoir and worldwide bestseller titled I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up For Education And Was Shot By The Taliban, in 2014. The second, a kids’s ebook Malala’s Magic Pencil, was printed in 2017. She presently attends Oxford University in England.
Yousafzai defined to publishing information web site The Bookseller why she selected to sort out the experiences of girls refugees in her new ebook.
“What tends to get misplaced within the present refugee disaster is the humanity behind the statistics. We hear about thousands and thousands of refugees, a whole bunch of migrants trapped on a ship or in a truck, however it’s solely when a very surprising picture seems within the information that folks think about what’s actually occurring,” she mentioned.
She added that her personal expertise of being displaced from Pakistan after the try on her life offers her perception.
“I do know what it’s like to depart your own home and all the pieces you realize. I do know the tales of so many individuals who’ve needed to do the identical,” Yousafzai mentioned. “I hope that by sharing the tales of these I’ve met in the previous few years I will help others perceive what’s occurring and have compassion for the thousands and thousands of individuals displaced by battle.”
Proceeds from gross sales of We Are Displaced will go to the Malala Fund, a nonprofit Yousafzai and her father co-founded in 2013 to assist educate each woman around the globe.