Malala Yousafzai loved to go to school and learn. But when she was 10, war came to her country and girls' schools began to be shut down; those in power thought learning was only important for boys. Malala began to speak out and advocate for the education of all children. After surviving an assassination attempt in 2012, she won a Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. Learn more about her life in this kid-friendly biography. Paperback by Dinah Brown. 112 pages, for ages 8-12.