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Warrior Girl Unearthed Signed Bookplate Edition

Angeline Boulley author


Publisher:Oneworld Publications

Published:2nd May '24


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Warrior Girl Unearthed cover

The highly anticipated second novel from the bestselling author of Firekeeper’s Daughter

#1 New York Times bestselling author Angeline Boulley takes us back into the world of Firekeeper's Daughter in this high-stakes mystery about the power of discovering your stolen history

A Waterstones Best YA Books of 2023

A Financial Times Best YA Summer Book 2023


Perry Firekeeper-Birch has every intention of quitting her internship. Being stuck in a stuffy museum was never part of her carefree summer plans. But everything changes when Perry meets Warrior Girl, a Native American ancestor whose remains are locked up in a university archive. Perry’s rebellious spark becomes a righteous blaze, and she vows to bring Warrior Girl home – where she belongs.
With the help of an unlikely team, including her twin sister and a charming new boy in town, Perry plots a daring heist. Old rivalries and sister secrets will not stop her from uncovering the truth and protecting her community.

‘This superb YA thriller interweaves compelling action with a sense of the Native Americans’ long fight for their own history.’ Guardian

'Incredibly insightful and eye-opening.' Cultureless

'Compellingly readable and deeply thought-provoking. A page-turning heist grounded in a nuanced exploration of critical issues of cultural integrity.' Kirkus, starred review

'A gripping novel with a strong protagonist who navigates injustice and cares about her community.’ Five Books, Best Books for Teens of 2023

'An incredible novel about family, the past and attempting to make amends, it feels honest and truthful and it is a delightful read.’ Good Reading Magazine

'With verve and not a little humour Angeline Boulley brings highly topical issues - cultural heritage, the purpose of museums, the legacy of the past - to a young audience.' Barnaby Phillips, author of Loot - Britain and the Benin Bronzes

'A riveting, culturally focused thriller... Boulley has become a must-read author for me.' NPR review by Caitlyn Paxson

ISBN: 9780861544226-SB

Dimensions: 198mm x 129mm x 29mm

Weight: 350g

400 pages