Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-06-23 09:35:46 –
Along the shores of Lake Superior, a new heroine has become the star of the year’s most anticipated young adult novel. The beginnings of Angeline Borley, firefighter girlSpent 10 years in production and will soon be adopted for television by the President and Michelle Obama’s production company, Higher Ground.
Daunis Fontaine, 18, a teenager from Anisina Abe, is a smart young woman who dreams of leaving her hometown in northern Michigan to study medicine at college, but instead finds herself caught in a local mystery. I secretly work as a confidential FBI informant. firefighter girl, Bouleley himself, Indians Shippewa Sault St. A registered member of Marie Tribe, he instills the culture and teachings of the Ojibwa, which beautifully address the themes of spirituality, confidence, resilience and self-discovery. Firefighters are guardians, and Danius unexpectedly finds himself playing a role similar to that of his loved ones, the tribal community, and ultimately his heart.
AT firefighter girlThe Anishinaabe tribe author writes a contemporary history of a strong female Ionic and Ojibwe community in Michigan’s upper peninsula. It’s a powerful story that’s perfect for social justice seekers of all ages. Prior to becoming a full-time author, he played various roles in Indian education at the tribal, state and national levels. She appears in a virtual event at Boswell Books Professor UWM and indigenous poet Margaret Nudin (What Chikadi knows) 7:00 p.m. on June 29.