I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban
I am Malala is the memoir of the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, Malala Yousafzai. When the Taliban took control of the Swat Valley in Pakistan, Malala spoke out and fought for her right, as a girl, to be educated. Her refusal to be silenced ended in violence when she was shot in the head at point-blank range while riding the bus home from school. Today, Malala is a symbol of the fight of female education worldwide.
$18.71 • ISBN: 978-0316322409
Little, Brown and Company
“Post” Mark: Santa’s Misfit Postman
This heart-warming children’s holiday story shines a light on what can happen when you believe in yourself. Mark’s quest to fit in starts as a young boy, when the other children label him a misfit. Later, he travels around the world and writes stories about his journeys. His dreams to fit in come true when he meets Santa at the North Pole and becomes “Post” Mark, The North Pole Postman.
$20.00 • ISBN: 978-0-9838947-0-4
Delor Francis Press
Backwords Forword: My Journey Through Dyslexia
Catherine Hirschman describes dyslexia as she sees it in this nonfiction book, which details her struggles to cope with and overcome the learning differences of dyslexia from early childhood. Her personal story is compelling, and the book includes feedback from her parents, caregivers and siblings about how her dyslexia affected their family.
$77.48 • ISBN: 978-0615477053
Catherine A. Hirschman (Jan. 2011)
Overcome Your Fear of Homeschooling with Insider Information
Ever considered home-schooling your child? Are you interested in homeschooling? This book aims to give you answers to understand how the process might work for you. Author Sandra Cook home-schooled her own children, and here she shares her personal experiences and tells stories about how she coped with their learning needs.
$7.97 • ISBN: 978-1490921228
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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