Ten years after the release of her autobiography, I Am Malala, the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize has announced a follow-up. Currently, we have no working title for the book. The 25-year-old made the declaration on his or her social media accounts. Malala Yousafzai has announced her new book to be published soon.
I am thrilled to share the news that I have begun writing my next book. the activist wrote on Twitter. Over the past several years, I’ve undergone a remarkable personal metamorphosis, coming into my own as an individual and as a partner. I’ve been waiting for you to read this book since it’s the most intimate one I’ve written.
The publication of I Am Malala, just after my 16th birthday, marks a decade this October, she continued. I can’t wait to fill you in on the latest developments and continue on my path.
There have been a few pivotal moments in Malala’s life during the past decade. She has taken her passion for promoting girls’ education into the realm of manufacturing. Malala joined together with Apple Inc. in 2021 to create a number of original plays. According to Variety, she inked a contract for three movies last year.
Her firm, Extracurricular, is collaborating with independent film studio A24 on an unnamed documentary film on the famed “haenyeo” community of fisherwomen on South Korea’s Jeju Island. She also joined the production teams for Joyland and Stranger at the Gate, both of which were nominated for Academy Awards.
Simon & Schuster’s imprint Atria Books made the announcement on Monday. No title or release date has been set at this time. According to Atria, the book is a “breathtaking story of recovery and search for identity, a candid exploration of her coming-of-age in the public spotlight, and an intimate look at her life today.” There will also be a version for younger readers and a picture book.