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Author Boulley, Angeline, author.

Title Warrior girl unearthed / Angeline Boulley.

Publication Info. New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2023.


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 Avon Free Public Library - Teen  TEEN BOULLEY, A.    Check Shelf
 Berlin-Peck Memorial Library - Teen  YA MYSTERY BOULLEY    Check Shelf
 Bloomfield at the Atrium  TEEN BOULLEY, A.    Check Shelf
 Bloomfield at the Atrium  TEEN BOULLEY, A.    Check Shelf
 Bristol, Main Library - Young Adult New Books  YA BOULLEY    Check Shelf
 Bristol, Manross Branch - Young Adult  YA BOULLEY    Check Shelf
 Burlington Public Library - Teen New Books  YF BOULLEY    Check Shelf
 Canton Public Library - Teen  TEEN FICTION BOULLEY    Check Shelf
 Cheshire Public Library - YA  YA MYSTERY BOULLEY    Check Shelf
 Colchester, Cragin Memorial Library - Teen  TEEN BOU    Check Shelf

Edition First edition.
Description 396 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 392-394).
Summary With the rising number of missing Indigenous women, her family's involvement in a murder investigation, and grave robbers profiting off her Anishinaabe tribe, Perry takes matters into her own hands to solve the mystery and reclaim her people's inheritance.
"Perry Firekeeper-Birch was ready for her Summer of Slack but instead, after a fender bender that was entirely not her fault, she's stuck working to pay back her Auntie Daunis for repairs to the Jeep. Thankfully she has the other outcasts of the summer program, Team Misfit Toys, and even her twin sister Pauline. Together they ace obstacle courses, plan vigils for missing women in the community, and make sure summer doesn't feel so lost after all. But when she attends a meeting at a local university, Perry learns about the "Warrior Girl", an ancestor whose bones and knife are stored in the museum archives, and everything changes. Perry has to return Warrior Girl to her tribe. Determined to help, she learns all she can about NAGPRA, the federal law that allows tribes to request the return of ancestral remains and sacred items. The university has been using legal loopholes to hold onto Warrior Girl and twelve other Anishinaabe ancestors' remains, and Perry and the Misfits won't let it go on any longer. Using all of their skills and resources, the Misfits realize a heist is the only way to bring back the stolen artifacts and remains for good. But there is more to this repatriation than meets the eye as more women disappear and Pauline's perfectionism takes a turn for the worse. As secrets and mysteries unfurl, Perry and the Misfits must fight to find a way to make things right - for the ancestors and for their community"-- Publisher's description.
Subject Ojibwa Indians -- Juvenile fiction.
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Families -- Michigan -- Juvenile fiction.
Twins -- Juvenile fiction.
Genre/Form Novels.
Subject Twins -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Detective and mystery fiction.
Subject Indigenous women -- Fiction.
Sisters -- Juvenile fiction.
Indigenous youth -- Fiction.
Friendship -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Michigan -- Fiction.
Grave robbing -- Fiction.
Indigenous peoples -- Michigan -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Young adult fiction.
Subject Michigan -- Fiction.
Summer -- Juvenile fiction.
Local Subject Indigenous peoples -- Michigan -- Fiction.
Subject Ojibwa Indians -- Michigan -- Fiction.
Local Subject Indigenous peoples -- Michigan -- Juvenile fiction.
Subject Sisters -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Suspense fiction.
Subject Ojibwa Indians -- Fiction.
Missing persons -- Juvenile fiction.
Indians of North America -- Michigan -- Juvenile fiction.
Family life -- Michigan -- Fiction.
Cultural property -- Repatriation -- Juvenile fiction.
ISBN 9781250766588 (hardcover)
1250766583 (hardcover)
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