Malala's father's passionate account of his amazing journey, the values that inspired Malala and how love drove him to fight for the rights of girls and women everywhere.
Ziauddin Yousafzai (Author)
Ziauddin Yousafzai is the father of Malala, the global activist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. In his own right, Ziauddin is an education activist, human rights campaigner and teacher. He hails from Pakistan's Swat Valley where, at great personal risk among grave political violence, he peacefully resisted the Taliban's efforts to shut down schools and limit their personal freedom. Ziauddin is co-founder of Malala Fund and is building a global movement for girls' education.
Louise Carpenter (Author)
Louise Carpenter is a British writer, working primarily for The Saturday Times Magazine. Her work has also been published in many other publications including Granta, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and Vogue and has been syndicated worldwide. She is the author of two non-fiction books, An Unlikely Countess- Lily Budge and the 13th Earl of Galloway and Ida and Louise. She lives in Somerset with her family.
A treatise on progressive parenting and an inspirational tale of a
man's fight to defeat misogyny ... perhaps the first guidebook for
fathers - or men in general - who aspire to be feminists * The News
on Sunday *
A beautiful and emotional read, throwing light on why he is so passionate about equality and education ... I shed a few tears reading it * The Journal.i.e *
Let Her Fly is both autobiography and a passionate global entreaty to men... to set their daughters free * The Times *
Let Her Fly is Ziauddin's account of his life and his fight for the rights of all children to receive equal education, opportunities and social and political recognition * The Observer *
a biography that reveals a person every bit as inspirational as his daughter * RTE Guide *