Where else can you get a young adult mystery and a lesson in the Native American Graves Protection Act but from Ojibwe writer Angeline Boulley (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians)? In Warrior Girl Unearthed, a follow-up to her debut novel The Firekeeper’s Daughter, Boulley catches readers up with the Firekeeper family’s subsequent generation on Sugar Island. As the title suggests, the young protagonist digs into connections to her people and culture she never realized were there.
Here’s a TikTok video of the author unveiling a promotional box for Warrior Girl Unearthed:
@angelineboulley Unboxing this wonderful promo box I received! Special appearance by Pietro! @fiercereads @cheekbonebeauty @heartberry.co @eighthgeneration @reesesbookclub @bookclubbabes.pod #firekeepersdaughter #warriorgirlunearthed #indigenousbooktok #indigenoustiktok #firekeepersdaughter #nativetiktok #sugarislandpowwow #saultstemarie #ancestorsback #unboxing #nagpra ♬ original sound – Angeline Boulley
Break 1 music: Powwow Rhapsody (feat. Chippewa Travellers) (song) Cris Derksen (artist) Cris Derksen: Orchestral Powwow (album)
Break 2 music: Bui yo oh wanina (song) Judy Trejo (artist) Circle Dance Songs of the Paiute and Shoshone (album)