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Malala’s Magic Pencil
Question 1 of 5
If Malala had a magic pencil, what would she draw for her mother?
the most beautiful dresses in the world
the biggest cake she could imagine
the sweetest-smelling flowers in all of Pakistan
the cutest kitten anyone had ever seen
Question 2 of 5
Malala wished for a magic pencil each night, and each morning she would ---.
check her cupboard to see if it was there
search the streets to see if she could find one
test every single pencil in her pencil case
wish for the health of her family and friends
Question 3 of 5
After Malala stopped wishing for a magic pencil, she ---.
worked hard to become one of the stop students in her class
started giving extra lessons to younger students after school
persuaded one of her teachers to give lessons on women's history
showed the collection of short stories she'd written to a teacher
Question 4 of 5
What was something Malala did after she began writing and travelling?
She talked to a reporter from a famous international newspaper.
She led a protest march to the prime minister's home in London.
She wrote a song for her parents that was performed by a pop star.
She set up a charity for orphaned children from her home town in Pakistan.
Question 5 of 5
Which of these happened as a result of Malala's voice becoming so powerful?
Dangerous men tried to silence her.
Jealous children set fire to her home.
She was arrested on her sixteenth birthday.
Her father left Pakistan and refused to speak to her.