It was back in 2014 when Malala Yousafzai became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize on the back of her struggle against oppression and provision of education to girls worldwide . Having won numerous accolades since then including an honorary award from prestigious Harvard recently, Malala has also penned down two books and now is all set to release her third. Titled,We Are Displaced , My Journey and Stories From Refugee Girls the book will focus on Malala's own experiences and those of other refugee girls.
In the past Malala has written a memoir called I Am Malala and a children's book titled Malala's Magic Pencil and in this one will shed light on her unique experiences as well as the struggles of various other young refugee girls she has met on her journey.
In an interview with Parade, Malala shared how the title of the book came about by saying, "Like me, the young women who share their stories in the book—from Colombia, Syria, the Democratic Republic of Congo and around the world—know first hand what it means to leave home because it’s too dangerous to stay. It’s titled We Are Displaced because together we want to help others better understand the refugee crisis and how they can help."
With Zaynab and Muzoon, profiled in the book, it was interesting to read about what Malala hopes the readers will take away when reading their stories as she said,
"I hope Zaynab and Muzoon’s stories remind readers that refugees are so much more than staggering statistics or tragic headlines."
With We Are Displaced all set to release on January 8, we wish Malala Yousafzai all the best and hope her book turns out to be a roaring success.