Author: Malala Yousafzai with Patricia McCormick
Bailey Vick OR2, 9/18/17
She is born in the Swat Valley of Pakiston on July 12, 1997.
The earthquake was meant to be a warning from God, and those in control took it as a way to use the fear after the earthquake to control them.
Maulana Fazlullah starts a radio station telling people to stop TV, radio and other forms of entertainment or another earthquake would be sent to Pakistan.
Radio Mullah preached that girls should not go to school and schools begin to be threatened. Malala speaks for the first time at the age of 11.
Malala agrees to write for the BBC under a pseudonym about education and women.
The Taliban blows up girls schools and tells all girls to stop school after January 15, 2009.
Malala and her family leave Swat after fighting starts against the Taliban.
Malala wins the National Peace Award for Youth and talks about promoting education.
The Taliban gunman shoots Malala in the head on her way home from school.
Malala taken to England to treat her serious injuries.
The president of Pakistan creates an education fund in Malala's name.
Malala and her family move into a house in Birmingham because they can not go back to Swat.