For the Right to Learn: Malala Yousafzai's Story - Rebecca Langston-George, Janna Bock
owerful and vitally important, For The Right To Learn makes Malala's story accessible to the young generation who need it most.

I'm really sad that the galley I got hard a LOT of overlapped text formatting, which made whole pages impossible to read, because I would have loved to read the whole thing. But even with parts illegible, the message was stark and the story unforgettable. It reads like horrifying fiction, like the darkest most scared parts of someone's imagination, but for it to be true is unbelievable for someone like me, who has never lived with conflict or the threat of the Taliban. I hope this book will educate others like me, and reach those who may have heard the name Malala Yousafzai but never known the true extent of her bravery.

The art of this story is beautiful and accentuates the story perfectly.