Malala was fearless. In a society where little girls were kept behind closed doors, Malala went to school. When the Taliban came to power and closed all schools for girls in the Swat valley, Malala continued to speak about each childs right to receive an education. She even braved a bullet, yet carried on tirelessly, fighting for girls rights. In 2014, at the age of seventeen, Malala was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts. The possibilities, hopes and dreams that were once Malalas, now belong to little girls everywhere. Beautifully illustrated by Aniruddha Mukherjee, and movingly told by Arthy Muthanna Singh and Mamta Nainy, the story of Malala—a little girl from the Swat valley in Pakistan who became the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner—comes blazingly alive for the little ones.