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By Aisha Saeed | Comments: ( 908 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

Life is quiet and ordinary in Amal s Pakistani village, but she had no complaints, and besides, she s busy pursuing her dream of becoming a teacher one day Her dreams are temporarily dashed when as the eldest daughter she must stay home from school to take care of her siblings Amal is upset, but she doesn t lose hope and finds ways to continue learning Then the unimagLife is quiet and ordinary in Amal s Pakistani village, but she had no complaints, and besides, she s busy pursuing her dream of becoming a teacher one day Her dreams are temporarily dashed when as the eldest daughter she must stay home from school to take care of her siblings Amal is upset, but she doesn t lose hope and finds ways to continue learning Then the unimaginable happens after an accidental run in with the son of her village s corrupt landlord, Amal must work as his family s servant to pay off her own family s debt Life at the opulent Khan estate is full of heartbreak and struggle for Amal especially when she inadvertently makes an enemy of a girl named Nabila Most troubling, though, is Amal s growing awareness of the Khans nefarious dealings When it becomes clear just how far they will go to protect their interests, Amal realizes she will have to find a way to work with others if they are ever to exact change in a cruel status quo, and if Amal is ever to achieve her dreams.


  • Title: Amal Unbound
  • Author: Aisha Saeed
  • ISBN: 9780399544682
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Amal Unbound

  • Ayesha

    Another Saeed book featuring a Pakistani heroine!!!! I need this in my life.


  • Laura (bbliophile)

    I read this in one sitting and it was honestly one of the best middle grade books I've ever read. It's absolutely phenomenal and heart-wrenching.


  • Julie Kirchner

    This book was an absolute heart wrenching story if you consider the pieces that are based in reality around our world. Amal is a Pakistani young girl who just wants to get an education and share her knowledge as a teacher. Her mother has a baby and while suffering from what appears to be postpartum depression, Amal is kept home to care for the family and help run the house. In a trip to the market, two impulsive actions lead to her indentured servitude with the village’s ruling family. She is [...]


  • Kristen Picone

    Amal loves learning, knows that freedom lies within the pages of books, and dreams of being a teacher. Those dreams are dashed when a run-in with the village’s most powerful landlord lands her confined to indentured servitude at his family’s estate. Amal hopes to return to her family one day, but the chances of that become slim as she learns of just how much power the Khan family has. How much is Amal willing to risk to ensure her own freedom and that of her fellow servants?I could not put t [...]


  • Sandy O'Brien

    ‪If you are looking for a book to add to your class library with a strong female protagonist, here it is! Amal is fearless in the face of danger & willing to do whatever it takes to stand up for what she believes in. Out in May. Must add to your #TBR list.


  • Patrick

    Wonderful story set in Pakistan about a young village girl who is sent away from her family to be a servant in a wealthy and powerful man’s estate!


  • Kristin

    This was an amazing story that sucked me in and I could not put down! Amal is a strong Pakistani young woman who speaks her mind which often gets her in trouble. Now she spoke up to the wrong person and must suffer the consequences. Throughout the story, she remains true to herself. Her intelligence and bravery help her persevere. This will be one to read when it comes out in May 2018.


  • Mary Ann

    Heart-felt, accessible story about a young girl struggling within difficult circumstances in rural Pakistan. "How could everything as solid as the earth my grandfather fought for crumble so easily beneath my feet?" "Books were what made my days bearable. They were what helped me sleep at night without my homesickness choking me."


  • Alexa

    Set in modern-day Pakistan, Amal loves attending school in a small, all-girl, one-room schoolhouse in her small village. Being the oldest in her family comes a great deal of responsibility. When she must stay home from school to help her mother as she struggles with postpartum depression, she wanders off to the village market to blow off some steam. While there, she stands up for herself to a powerful, wealthy landlord. The consequences of her action force her into indentured servitude. What fol [...]


  • Laura

    This book made me fretful and hopeful all in one short read! It's the story of Amal, a girl who dreams of becoming a teacher someday, but ends up having to be a servant to a local tyrant. What she does in the situation and what her future holds is the main part of the book. I loved the character of Amal, and I found it fascinating to learn about cultural traditions I knew little about. The reading is not difficult, but the topics brought up in the story would make it a good book for 5th-8th grad [...]


  • Lorie Barber

    I am incredibly happy to be seeing Pakistani girls framed as heroes in books. Amal is no exception. My learning grew and my heart broke as I read her story, based on real-life situations that occur all too often. This must read for middle graders is told in a way that exposes them to the realities of indentured servitude, but in a way that doesn’t scare them off. I’ll definitely be adding Amal’s story to our classroom library when it comes out.


  • Krista Schmidt

    I am super thankful to have been given the opportunity to read an ARC of this amazing new book. This story will break your heart and inspire you to action all at once. It is a window for many into other cultures and unfamiliar experiences while still relating and feeling completely connected to the characters. I felt a lot of connections to the experiences of both Malala and Iqbal throughout this read.


  • Cassie Thomas

    What a story of courage, and hope, for young girls everywhere. I found myself clinging to Amal’s story as my heart broke for her but mended quickly. For those familiar with Malala’s story, or those students needing the push to be strong, brave, and aware, this is the 2018 MG story for just that. Beautiful. The author’s note is very important for students to understand and open that door into someone else’s life in another country.


  • Julie

    (advanced reader copy). I enjoy reading about different cultures and this one was excellent. The best part though was the message of hope and perseverance against all odds. Well done!


  • Sarah Levy

    4.5 stars! A definite window book for me. The half a star missing is for too neat of a wrap up ending imo. Will definitely be sharing this one with students!


  • Ilse O'Brien

    Beautifully written. Destined to be a new classic. A must-have MG/YA novel. Pre-order this one!


  • Tj Shay

    A harrowing story of survival told from a young girl’s perspective. It’s from Nancy Paulson Books, so you know it’s filled with heart and spirit. Arriving in May 2018


  • amal :|

    well, I’m obviously reading it. amals stick together.


  • Beth Parmer

    Wonderful book--look forward to sharing it with all, especially my students that are reading Girl Rising. Love the author's note in this book.


  • Colby Sharp

    I loved this book so much I made a video about it. youtu/qqbYUrO0TbQ


  • Tova

    Seeing as how Written in the Stars left me, this book will probably wreck me. And I'm looking forward to it.


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