Bible Heroes (Little Golden Book) by Christin Ditchfield

By Christin Ditchfield

Previous testomony HEROES and heroines come alive as genuine humans during this new e-book. The tales of Samson, Deborah, David, and so forth are instructed in an easy but wonderful approach, delivered to existence with lush, colourful art.

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Those are the children Malala wants to help. • 5 7 million children around the world are not going to school. That’s the same as all the people who live in California and New York combined. •  s many as half the children in counA tries where there is war or violence are not able to go to school. •  lmost two-thirds of Pakistan’s poor A girls have never been to school at all. Many organizations are working to help boys and girls get to school. The Malala Fund was started by Malala and her friends and family.

Along with other groups, they fought to end control of Afghanistan by the former Soviet Union (now Russia) from 1979 to 1996, when the Taliban took power in Afghanistan. They also wanted to control parts of Pakistan where Pashtun Muslims lived, especially the northwestern areas like the Swat Valley. In July 2009 the Pakistani Army announced that it had defeated the Taliban in Swat. Families returned to Mingora and the Swat Valley. However, the Taliban remain in Swat and many other areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan even today, seeking to return to power.

Many organizations are working to help boys and girls get to school. The Malala Fund was started by Malala and her friends and family. The executive director of the Fund is Shiza Shahid, another young Pakistani woman who graduated from Stanford University in the United States and once organized a summer camp for Malala and other girls in the Swat Valley. Shiza says, “Teaching someone you know who isn’t going to school or helping someone who is suffering or focusing your career on what you believe will make a difference in the future.

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