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This book contains the true story of the author’s life as a little girl aspiring for education. It also contains the story of how her parents, a peasant couple, demonstrated faith in a living God regarding the education of their nine children (5 girls and 4 boys) since they lived in a culture that favored boys’ education to girls’ education. The author gives all the credit to what she is today to God and to her parents who rejected the inhuman culture of denying girls the basic human right of education.

This book contains the true story of the author’s life as a little girl aspiring for education. It also contains the story of how her parents, a peasant couple, demonstrated faith in a living God regarding the education of their nine children (5 girls and 4 boys) since they lived in a culture that favored boys’ education to girls’ education. The author gives all the credit to what she is today to God and to her parents who rejected the inhuman culture of denying girls the basic human right of education.

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This book contains the true story of the author’s life as a little girl aspiring for education. It also contains the story of how her parents, a peasant couple, demonstrated faith in a living God regarding the education of their nine children (5 girls and 4 boys) since they lived in a culture that favored boys’ education to girls’ education. The author gives all the credit to what she is today to God and to her parents who rejected the inhuman culture of denying girls the basic human right of education.