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A Story of Surfing

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A young girl learning to surf dreams that she is part of the great span of surfing history that includes ancient kings and queens of Hawai'i and more modern surfing greats like Duke Kahanamoku and Rell Sunn. In a palette that reflects the rich colors of Hawai'i's skies and sea, Carla Golembe paints and tells a story whose rhythm and rhyme capture the feel of riding a board ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 15th 2006 by Bess Press (first published June 2006)
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Dolly
Jul 11, 2011 Dolly rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
This is a nice story about surfing and Hawaiian history. A little girl wants to learn to surf and the night before her uncle teaches her, she has a dream about the watermen and waterwomen of Hawaii throughout the ages. The book includes a CD with the narrative of the book as well as a glossary of the Hawaiian words used, surf lingo and a short biography of the people mentioned in the story. Great story to read (or listen to) with your children.
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